Charles Sturt University

Bachelor of General Studies (Science)

Charles Sturt University

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Undergraduate
CRICOS: 00005F

Drawing on the Faculty of Science's extensive portfolio of subjects, as well as other faculties' subject offerings and approved tertiary study you have previously undertaken, this degree aims to increase your potential to meet diverse vocational needs in an increasingly broad variety of science environments. The Bachelor of General Studies (Science) may suit you if you: know you want to study but are unsure which areas interest you; want to mix scientific disciplines that are not offered in another course; wish to start university study in a supportive environment that builds your academic skills, or you're seeking to return to study after a break; wish to study a generalist science course or subjects as a pathway to another tertiary degree; need an opportunity to finish your science-based university degree.

Structure

192 points (24 x 8 points). Students may choose subjects from the pool of subjects offered by the Faculty of Science in consultation with the Course Coordinator.

Subjects

  • Animal science
  • Environmental science
  • Equine science
  • Food and nutrition
  • Medical science
  • Science

Standard entry requirements

Year 12 or equivalent

Study pathways

Charles Sturt University frequently recognises prior learning including study at other institutions in many of its degrees. Each request for credit is individually assessed prior to commencement of the course.

Study information

CampusFeesEntryMid year intakeAttendance
Online International: $91,200
  • ATAR: 60
Yes

Fee comments

Campuses: Online.

Note that this course is offered to international students by offshore external study only.

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