Bachelor degrees

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Do you have broad interests you just can't pin down? Are you curious about parasites to planets and everything in between?

Explore the endless possibilities of astronomy and astrophysics, biological anthropology, biology, chemistry, climate science, computer science, Earth science, environmental policy, evolution and ecology, genetics, geography, immunology, marine science, mathematics and statistics, natural resource management and sustainability, physics, plant science, psychology and neuroscience, and science communication (to name just a few).

Whatever you choose to study, you will gain transferable skills in critical thinking, analysis, investigation and evidenced-based decision making.

Choose your degree

With the Australian National University Bachelor of Science you have the flexibility to explore all your interests, tailoring a program for the direction you choose to take science.

If you are looking for that little bit extra in your degree, the Bachelor of Science (Advanced) (Honours) provides the same breadth of opportunities as the Bachelor of Science, with the addition of Honours Pathway Options activities. These activities are designed to extend your understanding and introduce you to concepts that are more advanced than standard course activities. For added flexibility, up to a third of your courses can be from other areas of the University, so you can tailor a program to your interests.

The Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) or PhB is a unique program that allows intellectually ambitious students to explore their interests, develop their research skills and be mentored by leading academics, while enjoying the camaraderie of a group of like-minded and social students.

Combined degrees

The undergraduate degree programs in earth sciences can also form part of combined programs.