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.
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.
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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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.
Authorised by the Dean, Faculty of Science, Engineering & Technology
23 November, 2012