The University of New England offers a range of science-based courses, with a number of different paths you can take to embark on your academic journey.
In addition to UNE's flagship Bachelor of Science, undergraduate degrees are available in diverse areas including: agriculture; agrifood systems; animal science; biomedical science; clinical exercise physiology; computer science; ecology; engineering; exercise and sports science; geoscience; pharmacy; plant science; rural science; and zoology.
Students also have the opportunity to complete science-based units as part of cross-disciplinary courses in areas such as law, agribusiness, and agricultural and resource economics.
Alternatively if you don't quite qualify for admission straight into an undergraduate degree, there are still options available to you such as diplomas in science and agriculture. Units completed as part of a diploma-level course can count towards a bachelor's degree, and students are able to transfer to a degree-level course if they obtain high grades.
Further details are available by visiting out undergraduate pathways pages for science and technology, or the environmental and rural sciences, via the links below.