By studying a Science degree at UTAS you will utilise Tasmania's proximity to unique and diverse ecosystems, be taught by leading researchers and have access to world-class facilities.
A range of general and professionally accredited degrees are offered at the undergraduate level in the areas of Agricultural Science, Antarctic Science, Behavioural Science/Psychology, Biotechnology & Medical Research, Computing/Information Systems, Engineering/Engineering Technology, Environmental Design (Architecture, Furniture Design, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture), Environmental Science, Marine Science, Natural Environment & Wilderness Studies, Regional Resource Management, Science and Surveying & Spatial Sciences.
Choose the area of study you are interested in by clicking on the areas to the right.
Options also exist for undertaking combined degree programs. In most cases, with 1-year of extra study students can obtain two degrees - increasing their your options.
All first degree programs lead on to Honours degrees, from which you may wish to pursue further research by studying for a Masters degree or a Doctor of Philosophy. Alternatively, if you want to retrain in a new area, our Schools offer many Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma courses. Coursework Masters programs are also available in some Schools.
If you interested in following an Honours, Masters or Doctorate of Philosophy program, you can find out more about current and potential research projects by visiting the Faculty's Research Page.
Haven't studied science before? Not to worry- The Faculty of Science, Engineering & Technology offers Foundation Units enabling students to meet the prerequisite requirements.
If you already know what course you want to study, you can go straight to the study area.
Areas of Study
- Agricultural Science
- Design: Architecture, Furniture, Interior and Landscape
- Geography & Environmental Studies
- Information and Communication Technology
- Marine and Antarctic Science
- Plant Science
- Science Education
- Surveying & Spatial Sciences