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What are pathways to undergraduate Science and Engineering courses?

There are a number of different ways to gain entry into a Faculty of Science & Engineering course at Curtin. To explore a range of Science & Engineering courses, and their entry requirements, visit the Science & Engineering Undergraduate Course page. Navigate to your chosen course offering and select 'Admission Criteria'.
 
If you don't meet the minimum entry requirements to apply for your chosen course, you may be able to meet these requirements by starting in another science course:
 
The Bachelor of Science (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 specific course weighted average, prerequisite or other admission criteria for their chosen course, and may then apply to become a Curtin course switcher. This course may be used as a pathway for competitive courses such as, but not limited to:
 
If you don't meet the minimum entry requirements to apply for your chosen course, you may be able to meet these requirements in another way. Visit the Curtin University Pathway finder webpage to view your options.
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Updated 16/12/2020 02.20 PM