You will benefit from special advanced palaeobiology units not available to other students. Many students will go on to further postgraduate studies in palaeobiology. KEY FEATURES This degree has one of the highest ATARs for a science program in Australia. Special advanced units that are not available to other students form part of this degree. Student numbers are restricted, allowing personal attention including an academic mentor throughout the degree and direct contact with researchers. Opportunity to take part in research and gain practical experience in research laboratories and research groups. Some specialisations in the Bachelor of Advanced Science offer a vacation research internship between the second and third years. SUITABLE FOR Gifted and talented students in the area of biology. Career Opportunities A Macquarie course can set your dream career in motion. PROFESSIONS curator environmental scientist exploration geologist palaeontologist research scientist science teacher university academic EMPLOYERS environmental agencies geological surveys mining companies museums secondary schools universities SALARY GUIDE $46,589 for a sciences graduate (source: The Good Universities Guide, 2010).
|Institution Name||Macquarie University|
|Campus Location||North Ryde|
|Course Duration||3 years|
|Course University||Macquarie University|
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