If you want to make a difference, studying a science degree at Monash will give you the opportunity to learn from leading experts whose cutting-edge research is influencing the world's future.
The choice, flexibility and depth across the huge range of science disciplines available at Monash means that you will graduate with a degree unique to you, tailored to your individual expertise, interests and career aspirations.
The comprehensive range of majors, extended majors and minors on offer provides you with a broad education and allows you to explore varied interests before focusing in the one or two areas that most inspire you. However, if a particular field has always captivated you, you can choose it from the start.
Comprehensive and flexible, the Bachelor of Science at Monash offers a large number of majors across the following broad fields of science, drawing on the depth and breadth of expertise from across the University:
biomedical and behavioural sciences
earth and environmental sciences
mathematical and computational sciences
physical and chemical sciences
Your learning experience at Monash will take place in state-of-the-art teaching and learning spaces designed with you in mind, including the following: a brand new chemistry building; an innovative teaching facility for physics and astronomy; purpose-built spaces for the study of maths, biology and earth, atmosphere and environment; a science-student-only lounge; on-campus outdoor classrooms and much more.
Add to these field trips, research experiences, and lectures by leading researchers and you'll acquire both a scientifically informed appreciation of the world, and professional attributes sought after by employers in many fields.
With the recognition that comes with studying at one of Australia's leading science universities, your degree will put you ahead of the rest. It could lead you to rewarding careers in traditional science fields, or in areas as diverse as journalism and publishing, business research and analysis, public relations and marketing, banking and finance, human resources, training and development, public or civil services, diplomacy, public policy making, social and community services, counselling, and social welfare.