Faculty of Science, Engineering & Technology

Brochures & Publications

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Undergraduate Course Brochures

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.



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Masters Course Brochures

A range of Masters degrees in Applied Science are offered, focusing on the areas of Agricultural Science, Chemistry, Food Safety, Microbiology, and Physics.


  • postgraduate guides
    Postgraduate Guide

    Are you adventurous? Open to new ideas? Passionate about the natural environment? Interested in studying a unique science course in agriculture, Antarctic and Southern Ocean studies, marine science, geology, plant science, zoology, or natural environment and wilderness...? If so, a science course at the University of Tasmania is just what you’re looking for.

  • rewarding careers brochure
    Rewarding Careers (PDF 1.2 MB)

    If you are curious about the world, you want to understand how things work and you want to make a difference in the future, then a degree from the University of Tasmania (UTAS) could be for you. As a graduate, you’ll be able to apply your knowledge in a wide range of areas.You might find work in the same area of your degree.

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    GetSet News Publications

    GetSET is a quarterly newsletter designed to keep the community up-to-date with the latest news within the Faculty. Each issue highlights current research within the Faculty and contains student and staff profiles and previews of public events.
    GetSET eNews is a monthly newsletter designed to keep school teachers and career advisers up-to-date with the latest news and events within the Faculty of SET. Read it online here.

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    Distinctive Science - an online virtual booklet

    Separated from the rest of Australia by 240 kilometres of ocean, Tasmania is an island state that offers wild and spectacular landscapes and a temperate climate. Many of Tasmania's plants and animals, such as the Tasmaninan Devil, are endemic to the state. Include magnificent rainforestes, white sand surf beaches and snow covered mountains - all easily accessible from UTAS campuses.