Course code: #WSCI01
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The Bachelor of Science at CDU will allow you to explore your curiosity and passion for knowledge within your chosen scientific field.
Your study options are flexible and diverse, focusing on professional experience in various sciences, including biologists, ecologists, spatial scientists, biomedical scientists, chemists, or other science fields.
You will combine academic studies with practical learning in distinctive environments and communities of northern Australia and the region and their associated challenges in environmental management and public health, including Indigenous health.
You will strengthen your problem-solving, logical and critical thinking skills, apply an understanding of scientific and technological factors, and consider issues from various cultural, economic and other societal perspectives throughout your studies, helping you to approach tasks informed and confident.
You will be able to demonstrate and apply an understanding of their chosen areas of science, including concepts, theories and principles, to practice in real situations.
Professional practice experiences are a feature of the course.
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Duolingo: Overall score of 100
The minimum academic entry requirement for admission to an undergraduate degree is completing a qualification deemed equivalent to an Australian Year 12 high school certificate by the University’s qualification assessment references.
Admission requirements are met by one of the following:
Completion of a Foundation Studies program provides access to most CDU undergraduate degrees.
After completing a foundation program, students are well prepared and confident in their academic and English abilities.
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