If you don't meet the minimum entry requirements to apply for your chosen course within the Science and Engineering field, you may be able to meet these requirements by starting a Bachelor of Multidisciplinary Science
The Bachelor of Multidisciplinary Science
is a flexible course that allows you to design a major to give you a solid grounding in science that can be used as a stepping stone to other science-related degrees. Applicants may be able to study this course to meet a specific course weighted average, prerequisite or other admission criteria for their chosen course. Once you have met the entry requirements for your preferred course, you can lodge an application and if successful, switch courses
. This course may also be used as a pathway for competitive courses such as, including:
If you don't meet the minimum entry requirements to apply for Bachelor of Science (Multidisciplinary Science), you may be able to meet these requirements in another way. Visit the Curtin University Pathway finder webpage
to view your options.