• Sponsored Post: Bachelor of Science (Applied Sciences)

    Course Outline

    If you are interested in how the world works, down to the smallest detail, the Bachelor of Science (Applied Sciences) offered online through Open Universities Australia (OUA) covers core science subjects such as genetics, microbiology and ecology, and helps you develop essential knowledge in diverse areas such as marine biology, ecotoxicology and molecular agriculture.

    Run by RMIT University and taught by some of the leading researchers in the industry, this online undergraduate degree consists of 24 units over three years. Students will graduate with a major in an area of bioscience or biotechnology and have the option to complete an additional minor sequence or a range of elective units.

    Due to the nature of the course, students will be required to attend RMIT University in Melbourne to take part in practical and laboratory classes in block periods. These classes are compulsory. However the remainder of your study will be online.

    The degree is perfect for those wishing to pursue a career in biological sciences or a biology specialisation for teachers.

    The course does require students to have studied previously at tertiary level and to produce grades from the previous qualification..

    Graduates can gain employment in research, production and testing positions for government and private laboratories and will also have the qualifications to pursue work in the field.



    To find out more, please phone 1300 881 548 or visit www.open.edu.au/thinkdone

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