Course code: #3754
These are mandatory and all come with course.
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This major at Western Sydney University provides students with a broad knowledge base of biology from the molecular world to global ecosystem science, focusing on the sustainability of the natural world.
The major allows students to use the learning beside a range of other diverse majors and is especially applicable to students considering teaching as a career.
Students can develop discipline knowledge alongside scientific laboratory and inquiry-based skills.
The major also includes developing strong communication and critical thinking skills, essential for the future role of biology graduates.
Graduates of this degree can look forward to career opportunities as laboratory scientists and research scientists in government and related industries or can progress into pursuing a research career or a career in secondary teaching.
Western Sydney University seeks to enhance student learning experiences by enabling students to engage in the culture, expectations and practices of their profession or discipline.
This program includes placement or other community-based unpaid practical experience opportunities.
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If you do not meet the entry requirements at Western Sydney University, you can prepare yourself for university entry through other pathways.
English Language Entrance Test
The English Language Entrance test is an internal test for entry to The College and Western Sydney University programs only.
Academic English For Tertiary Studies
This program is designed for students with English as a second language who want to develop their language skills.
Each of the five English Academic Programs (EAPs) is taught over 10 weeks and includes 20 hours of face-to-face classroom time per week.
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Assumed Knowledge: Students should have at least two units of English, two units of science (any science), and two units of mathematics at year 12 equivalent.
Western Sydney University International College offers students a range of Foundations Studies Programs in:
Programs are designed to prepare students for university study by offering subjects that are an introduction to the knowledge and skills needed for an undergraduate degree at Western Sydney University.
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