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Duration : 3 years
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Award : University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

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A-Level CCC UEC 5B5 STPM CGPA 3.00 IB Diploma 27 pts SACE/WACE ATAR 77.55
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Entry Requirements

Fees

Registration Fee
MYR 0
Resource Fee
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Tuition Fee (Home)
MYR 402,146
Estimated Total Fees
MYR 402,146
Other Fee
Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) @ AUD 163 / Semester ( 1 AUD = MYR 3.03 )
Application fee @ AUD 100 / Once-off ( 1 AUD = MYR 3.03 )

Course Content

Students must complete a total of 144 credit points to graduate. Subjects offered by the University have been classified as introductory (normally taken in stages 1 and 2), intermediate (stages 3 and 4) and advanced (stages 5 and 6 or later). In the Bachelor of Science, students are required to complete one introductory foundation stream. Upon the successful completion of first year, they may choose one of the majors that follow from that stream. The chosen major specifies a series of intermediate and advanced subjects that, if taken, result in award of a Bachelor of Science in that major.

Alternatively, students may choose not to take a specific major but a flexible mix of subjects of interest and graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree without a specified major. If so, they must complete 36 credit points of intermediate and 36 credit points of advanced science subjects. In doing so, students must ensure that they have completed the required prerequisite subjects at each stage. It cannot be guaranteed that all subjects that students in a flexible program wish to take together can be timetabled without clashes and so students need to check timetable constraints before final subject choice each session.

The Bachelor of Science also contains up to 24 credit points of free elective subjects that enable students to increase their expertise in other areas of science or other disciplines in the University. This can be in the form of a specialised 24-credit-point sub-major or by a varied selection of subjects.

Students must satisfactorily complete 120 credit points of specified major or flexible science subjects and, in addition, 24 credit points of elective/sub-major subjects for award of the degree.

Life and Environmental Sciences

Autumn Commencing

Year 1

Autumn session:

  • 65111 Chemistry 1
  • 91161 Cell Biology and Genetics
  • 33116 Design, Data, and Decisions
  • 60006 Scientific Perspectives for Global Issues

Spring session:

  • 65212 Chemistry 2
  • 91123 Nature and Evolution
  • 91400 Human Anatomy and Physiology
  • 91132 Molecular Biology

Year 2

Autumn session:

  • 91314 General Microbiology
  • Select 18 credit points from the following:
    • 91107 The Biosphere
    • 91168 Ecological Genetics
    • 91320 Metabolic Biochemistry
    • 91154 Ecology
    • 91563 Haematology
    • 91707 Fundamentals of Pharmacology
    • 91100 Urban Sustainability and Resilience
    • 91500 Histology
    • 65202 Organic Chemistry 1

Spring session:

  • CBK92069 Transdisciplinary Electives
  • 91401 Immunology
  • 91178 Applications of Molecular Biology

Year 3

Autumn session:

  • CBK90579 Elective 1
  • CBK90580 Elective 2
  • CBK90581 Elective 3
  • Select 6 credit points from the following:
    • 91107 The Biosphere
    • 91168 Ecological Genetics
    • 91320 Metabolic Biochemistry
    • 91154 Ecology
    • 91563 Haematology
    • 91707 Fundamentals of Pharmacology
    • 91100 Urban Sustainability and Resilience
    • 91500 Histology
    • 65202 Organic Chemistry 1

Spring session:

  • 91195 Epidemiology and Pathogenesis of Infections
  • Select 18 credit points from the following:
    • 91159 Environmental Remediation
    • 91270 Plant Physiology and Climate Change

 

Physical Sciences

Autumn Commencing

Year 1

Autumn session:

  • 33130 Mathematics 1
  • 68101 Physics 1
  • 60006 Scientific Perspectives for Global Issues
  • Select 6 credit points from the following:
    • 60101 Chemistry and Materials Science
    • 65111 Chemistry 1

Spring session:

  • 65212 Chemistry 2
  • 68201 Physics 2
  • 33230 Mathematics 2
  • Select 6 credit points from the following:
    • 91161 Cell Biology and Genetics
    • 91400 Human Anatomy and Physiology
    • 91123 Nature and Evolution
    • 41039 Programming 1

Year 2

Autumn session:

  • Select 12 credit points from the following:
    • 65306 Analytical Chemistry 1
    • 91161 Cell Biology and Genetics
    • 68075 Advanced Materials
    • 65202 Organic Chemistry 1
    • 65307 Physical Chemistry 1
    • 33116 Design, Data, and Decisions
  • Select 12 credit points from the following:
    • STM91763 Sub-major/Electives (Physics)

Spring session:

  • Select 12 credit points from the following:
    • 91123 Nature and Evolution
    • 91161 Cell Biology and Genetics
    • 68412 Physics of Energy
    • 65411 Inorganic Chemistry 1
    • 65508 Organic Chemistry 2
    • 37161 Probability and Random Variables
    • 68413 Quantum Physics
    • 68206 Optics
    • 35007 Real Analysis
  • Select 12 credit points from the following:
    • STM91763 Sub-major/Electives (Physics)

Year 3

Autumn session:

  • Select 12 credit points from the following:
    • 68316 Electronics for Quantum Technologies
    • 68416 Computational Physics
    • 65509 Inorganic Chemistry 2
    • 37252 Regression and Linear Models
    • 37234 Complex Analysis
    • 37181 Discrete Mathematics
    • 37373 Programming for Data Analysis
  • Select 12 credit points from the following:
    • STM91763 Sub-major/Electives (Physics)

Spring session:

  • Select 12 credit points from the following:
    • 65409 Analytical Chemistry 2
    • 68513 Nanoscale and Quantum Photonics
    • 68320 Nanofabrication and Nanocharacterization Techniques
    • 68606 Solid-state Science and Quantum Devices
    • 91705 Medical Devices and Diagnostics
    • 37262 Mathematical Statistics
  • Select 12 credit points from the following:
    • STM91763 Sub-major/Electives (Physics)

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CBK92299 Stream Choice

Select 144 credit points of options:

  • STM91861 Mathematics stream
  • STM91865 Biotechnology Stream
  • STM91863 Chemistry stream
  • STM91864 Environmental Sciences Stream
  • STM91868 Flexible Chemical and Physical Sciences Stream
  • STM91867 Flexible Life and Environment Sciences Stream
  • STM91866 Medical Science Stream
  • STM91862 Physics stream

CBK90579 Elective 1

Select 6 credit points of options:

CBK90580 Elective 2

Select 6 credit points of options:

CBK90581 Elective 3

Select 6 credit points of options:

CBK92069 Transdisciplinary Electives

Select 6 credit points of options:

  • 95009 TD: Change-making for social impact
  • 95006 TD: Envisioning futures worth wanting
  • 95007 TD: Pathways to societal transitions
  • 95002 TD: Reframing, remixing, reimagining society
  • 95008 TD: Shaping better futures
  • 95005 TD: Shaping technologies that shape us
  • 95003 TD: Sustainability in an interconnected world
  • 95004 TD: Technologies reimagined in a complex world

 

STM91763 Sub-Major/Electives (Physics)

CBK92137 Electives (Science UG)

  • CBK90579 Elective 1
  • CBK90580 Elective 2
  • CBK90581 Elective 3
  • CBK92069 Transdisciplinary Electives

CBK92192 Sub-Major Choice (Physics)

Select 24 credit points of options:

  • SMJ10180 Chemistry sub-major
  • SMJ10186 Engineering sub-major (UG Science)
  • SMJ10182 Mathematics sub-major

CBK92299 Stream Choice

Select 144 credit points of options:

  • STM91861 Mathematics stream
  • STM91865 Biotechnology Stream
  • STM91863 Chemistry stream
  • STM91864 Environmental Sciences Stream
  • STM91868 Flexible Chemical and Physical Sciences Stream
  • STM91867 Flexible Life and Environment Sciences Stream
  • STM91866 Medical Science Stream
  • STM91862 Physics stream

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