Bachelor of Science Majors
Curtin’s 2023 Undergrad Expo is almost here!
Wednesday 18 January, 3pm to 6pm
If you’re thinking about applying for a place at Curtin in semester one 2023, join us for the Undergrad Expo.
Chat with our course experts, take a campus tour and find out more about how to apply, pathways, scholarships and study options.Register now
Why study physical sciences, geoscience and mathematics at Curtin
You’ll gain insights into the impact of scientific research and graduate ready to work in an environment of pioneering research, exploration and discovery.
Excellence in mathematics and science
In the ShanghaiRanking’s Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2022, Curtin ranked 3rd in Australia for Mathematics and 2nd in Australia for Earth Sciences.
Our courses are highly regarded by industry, including Curtin’s applied geology degree which is recognised by the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, and our medical radiation science degree, recognised by the Medical Radiation Practice Board of Australia.
The job market for careers within this study area are expected to increase, including actuaries, mathematicians and statisticians, which is expected to grow by 11% by 2026, and medical technicians to grow by 20.7%.
Hear from our graduates
Diana Carmona, Bachelor of Science (Hons) (Applied Geology)
I loved studying geology at Curtin. The equipment there is top notch. I completed two lots of vacation work during my course. Working at a gold mine gave me insight into the industry and grew my professional network. I also worked in an engineering geology consultancy and decided this would be my career after I graduate.
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