Science courses give analytical students the opportunity to ground their interests through scientific study. Students will learn about biology, chemistry, engineering, and mathematics. All of these topics can be studied in greater detail through a major, and all will be grounded in theoretical and practical application. Knowing how to ethically gather, apply and critically analyse data in a scientifically rigorous manner underpins laboratory work.
Graduates may go on to work in the public or private sectors. There are many potential roles depending on the area of study. These include: research scientist, policy developer, resource manager, sustainability advisor, biologist, ecologist and professor. Some students will choose to continue studying, going from their bachelor degree to a Master’s. A Master’s in Science allows students to further specialise in one area.