After completion of the UniLink diploma and progressing to a bachelor degree, graduates may find employment in laboratories, hospitals, education and beyond.
This course provides students with a broad science overview with the ability to specialise in a field of their choice through a range of science units. The course aims to equip students with the skills, knowledge and key theoretical insights required to work in a range of professional scientific environments. A distinctive feature of the course is the practical application of knowledge through project-based units of study.
Students who successfully complete this course will be able to:
1. think critically and have developed analytical skills so that they can communicate effectively in academic and workplace environments
2. develop and display the ability to work independently and/or collaboratively
3. think logically and creatively when problem solving within various contexts
4. conduct research and present findings in both written and oral formats
5. demonstrate an understanding of the core principles of biology, chemistry, physics and maths theory and practice.