Bachelor of Science (Honours)

Charles Sturt University
Indicative Price: $28,000
Duration: 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time
Qualification: Bachelor Degree
Location: Albury-Wodonga, Orange, Wagga Wagga

Develop the knowledge and skills to build specialist experience in the field of science. Designed to provide you with the opportunity to develop research skills relevant to your area of interest across a wide range of disciplines, CSU’s Bachelor of Science (Honours) will give you the competitive edge in your science career.

You will learn from leading academics who play key roles in a number of industries, and on graduating you will have an advanced level of knowledge and analytical skills in your chosen discipline.

Build your research capability

Featuring a substantial research project, this course will support you in the development of your knowledge, skills and attitudes essential to conducting research, especially for entry to higher degree courses.

Secure specialist knowledge

Develop an advanced level of knowledge in your chosen area of specialisation. You will be guided in your work by an expert supervisory team. All students enrol under the Bachelor of Science (Honours) course title, but your specialisation will be noted when you graduate. Specialisations available in this course include: agribusiness, agriculture, agronomy, animal science, biology, chemistry, conservation, dentistry, ecotourism, environmental management, environmental science, equine science, health and rehabilitation, horticulture, livestock production, medical science, mental health, natural resource management, nuclear medicine, nursing, nutrition and dietetics, oral health, physics, spatial science, veterinary science, and wine science and viticulture.

Units Of Study:

Students must complete:

One  8-point subject in research methods, selected from the following list in consultation with the supervisor and School Honours Co-ordinator*:
• Honours Research Methods
• Research Methods in Health Sciences
• Social Science Research Methods for Natural Resource Management
• Research Methods
• Postgraduate Scientific Statistics
• Alternative 8-point research methods as agreed by the supervisor and School Honours Co-ordinator, and with the approval of the Associate Dean (Honours)

40-56 credit points comprised of the most appropriate combination of Science Honours Project/Dissertation subjects from the following list:
• Science Honours Project/Dissertation
• Science Honours Project/Dissertation
• Science Honours Project/Dissertation
• Science Honours Project/Dissertation
• Science Honours Project/Dissertation
• Science Honours Project/Dissertation
• Science Honours Project/Dissertation
• Science Honours Project/Dissertation
• Science Honours Project/Dissertation

Online Course: Yes
Funding Available: Yes

Eligibility Criteria :

To be eligible for admission applicants must have been awarded, or be eligible to graduate with, a three-year Bachelor degree in an appropriate discipline from a recognised tertiary institution. Normally, to be eligible,  a student must possess a GPA 5.0 or above in their Bachelor Pass degree, and have completed this degree in minimum time.

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