Have your say! Bachelor of Science Course Reviews

The Faculty of Science is currently conducting a course review on the Bachelor of Science and all its associated courses.

The forum will cover questions and discussion on course experience, core units and teaching as well as what you plan to do after your studies. It is your chance to give feedback on your experience in the Bachelor of Science so far. As this is an official review, there is no payment made for your time.

We are looking for students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science (this includes students enrolled in a Science double degree) from each School to participate in these forums.

School of Chemistry

Monday 17 February

10.00 – 11.30am – students who were in first year in 2019 and completed CHM1011/CHM1051 and CHM1022/CHM1052

12.30 – 2.00pm – students who are second or third year who have/are completing a Chemistry major/extended major

Register to attend the Chemistry student forum

 

School of Mathematics

Tuesday 18 February

9.30 – 11.00am – students who were in first year in 2019 and completed at least two of SCI1020, STA1010, MTH1020, MTH1030 or MTH1035, MAT1830

11.00am – 12.30pm – students who are second or third year who have/are completing a Mathematics major/extended major (any)

Register to attend the Mathematics student forum

Faculty of Information Technology

Tuesday 18 February

1.00 – 2.30pm – students who were in first year in 2019 and completed FIT1045 and FIT1008

2.30 – 4.00pm – students who are in second or third year who have/are completing a Computational science major/extended major

Register to attend the IT student forum

School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment

Wednesday 19 February

9.30 – 11.00am – students who were in first year in 2019 and completed either EAE1011 and EAE1022 or ATS1310 and EAE1022

11.00am – 12.30pm – students who are in second or third year who have/are completing a major/extended major in the School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment

Register to attend the EAE student forum

School of Biomedical Sciences

Wednesday 19 February

2.30 – 4.00pm – students who are in second or third year who have/are completing a major/extended major within the School of Biomedical Sciences e.g. Physiology, Immunology, Microbiology etc.

Register to attend the Biomed student forum

School of Physics and Astronomy

Thursday 20 February

10.00 – 11.30am – students who were in first year in 2019 and completed a level one Physics sequence PHS1011 and PHS1022, PHS1031 and PHS1002 or PHS1001 and PHS1002

12.30 – 2.00pm – students who are in second or third year who have/are completing a Physics or Astrophysics major/extended major

Register to attend the Physics and Astronomy student forum

School of Biological Sciences

Friday 21 February

10.00 – 11.30am – students who were in first year in 2019 and completed either BIO1011 and BIO1022 or BIO1011 and BIO1042

12.30 – 2.00pm – students who are in second or third year who have/are completing a major within the School of Biological Sciences

Register to attend the Biological Sciences student forum

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Masters Information Session coming soon!

The Faculty of Science is pleased to present its first Masters Information Session to help you explore the graduate coursework options open to you after completing your science undergraduate degree.

You are invited to attend our inaugural Masters Information Session: Courses and Careers Paths session on Tuesday, October 8 between 5.00pm and 7.00pm at S1, S3, and S4, 16 Rainforest Walk.

The session will also provide you with the opportunity to meet Course Directors, current students, Alumni and speak with staff to gain an understanding of how the course could work for you based on your career aspirations and goals.

Course advisers will be on hand for breakout information sessions to provide you with detailed information about the:

Master of Environment and Sustainability

Master of Financial Mathematics

Master of Food Science and Agribusiness

Master of Mathematics

Master of Science (Astrophysics, Atmospheric Science, Earth Science and Physics)

In addition to invaluable information about our graduate courses, the Expo will provide you with advice on topics such as FEE-HELP, Credit Transfer, Study Mode, and more.

If you are interested in attending this information-packed event, please register at this link:

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