Course Planning Videos

These videos will help you choose your subjects, plan your course and enrol in the Bachelor of Science

Planning your course

First year course planning

Second year and beyond

Choosing your subjects

What are first year subject sets?

To make course planning easier in the Bachelor of Science, we have developed first year subject sets. A subject set is 2 or 3 key subjects in a complementary discipline that lead to particular majors. Some majors require only one set, whilst other majors require two or more. We recommend students choose at least 2 subject sets to keep more options open. Once you have decided your main area(s) of interest, look at complementary subject sets to enrich your knowledge and skills. Find out more in the video below:


Chemical Sciences subject set

Earth Sciences subject set

Engineering Systems subject set

Geography subject set

Information Technology subject set

Life Sciences subject set

Mathematics and Statistics subject set

Physical Sciences subject set

Psychological Sciences subject set

Interdisciplinary study

Breadth Subjects

Commerce as Breadth

Arts as Breadth

Law as Breadth

The Law School offers a range of engaging and relevant breadth subjects to undergraduate students. Law subjects offered as breadth can complement your undergraduate science degree, for example Environmental Rights and Responsibilities and Owning Ideas: Creation, Innovation and the Law. Find out more about the subjects on offer and hear about a recent Science student discussing their breadth experience.

More information

Education as Breadth

Enrolling in your course