Master in Forensic Science - Máster en Ciencias Forenses
This degree recognises the multidisciplinary nature of many current areas of science and technology, and the importance of having a broad skill set to apply to major problems, such as the impact of climate change, provision of clean energy and water, and the management of dwindling resources, facing society at present.
Major areas of study:
Dryland Agricultural Systems
Environmental Biology and Management
Water Quality and Supply Systems
Research project units within the course aim to develop high levels of communication and research skills, as well as creativity and flexibility in the application of knowledge and skills to new situations.
Australian & NZ Students
A bachelor degree in science or an approved equivalent. You are required to have achieved competency in their chosen major area of study to the level of second year in a related Bachelor of Science degree. An honours degree in Science or the relevant postgraduate diploma is a prerequisite for direct entry into the second year of this course.
Minimum English language entry requirements:
IELTS ACADEMIC (INTERNATIONAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE TESTING SYSTEM)
This course is designed for students with an undergraduate pass degree in Science, who wish to broaden and enhance their skills and knowledge in science and technology. It is particularly useful for graduates in one science discipline wishing to broaden their expertise in a related scientific field, or for those aiming to work in a multidisciplinary science environment.
Sustainable Aquaculture Major (MSc Science)
Geophysics Major (MSc Science)
Mathematical Sciences Major (MSc Science)
Dryland Agricultural Systems Major (MSc Science)
Computer Science Major (MSc Science)
Industrial Engineering Major (MSc Science)
Environmental Biology and Management Major (MSc Science)
Sustainability Management Major (MSc Science)
Water Quality and Supply Systems Major (MSc Science)