Bachelor of Science with Honours BSc(Hons)
The BSc(Hons) is an accelerated 12-month full-time postgraduate degree for academically able students. Students are admitted to the BSc(Hons) programme following the completion of a Bachelor of Science degree with very good grades.
The degree comprises coursework that normally includes a research component.
Students who complete the BSc(Hons) with high grades are normally eligible to proceed directly to a PhD.
A student may complete the BSc(Hons) in two subjects (Combined Honours).
Candidates must have completed a three-year BSc degree with a high level of achievement in appropriate subjects.
One year full-time or two years part-time for honours (after the completion of a three-year BSc degree).
Students who have been granted direct entry to 200-level undergraduate BSc courses on the basis of high achievement in university entrance assessments may complete a BSc(Hons) after a total of three years study: two years undergraduate (pre-BSc(Hons)) and the one-year (12 months) honours.
Subject areas for the BSc(Hons) are listed below. Contact the relevant department or programme directly on the link below for postgraduate information about these subject areas.
For full requirements see the Regulations for the Bachelor of Science with Honours (University Regulations website).
For course advice contact the College of Science.