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1st in Australia and 18th in the world for Agricultural Sciences (ARWU 2019)
1st in Australia and 19th in the world for Environmental Science and Engineering (ARWU 2019)
28th in the world for Oceanography (ARWU 2019)
Majors and popular combinations
Tailor your degree by exploring your career path or interest area in your first year, before selecting one or two majors in your second year. It's a unique feature of our course model and the best part is, it won't cost any extra or take longer to complete your degree.
Bachelor of Science
A key focus of the Bachelor of Science is understanding, reasoning and improving the natural world through systematic observation, experimentation, modelling and calculation.
- Agricultural Science
- Agricultural Science and Agribusiness (Double Major)
- Agricultural Science and Technology (Double Major)
- Agricultural Technology
- Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
- Biochemistry of Nutrition (Double Major)
- Conservation Biology
- Environmental Management
- Environmental Science
- Environmental Science and Management (Double Major)
- Integrated Earth and Marine Sciences (Double Major)
- Marine and Coastal Processes
- Marine Biology
- Marine Science
- Marine Science (Double Major)
- Molecular Life Sciences (Double Major)
- Wildlife Conservation (Double Major)
Combined Bachelor's and Master's
Agribusiness Combined Bachelor's and Master's
Agricultural Economics Combined Bachelor's and Master's
Agricultural Science Combined Bachelor's and Master's
Biochemistry of Nutrition Combined Bachelor's and Master's
Biological Science Combined Bachelor's and Master's
Environmental Science Combined Bachelor's and Master's
Earth Sciences Combined Bachelor's and Master's
Marine Science Combined Bachelor's and Master's
Molecular Life Sciences Combined Bachelor's and Master's
Bachelor of Environmental Design
Environmental Design is a broad study area that involves design and planning in relation to natural and constructed environments. It promotes synergy between objects and settings, built form and landscape across a range of scales, climates and cultures.
Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours)
The Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) is an inspiring, holistic four-year degree comprising a three-year bachelor’s (chosen from UWA’s Arts, Biomedical Science, Commerce or Science degrees) and a fourth year of honours.
Become an expert in your chosen field by taking your skills and qualifications to new heights after completing your undergraduate degree. With a UWA postgraduate degree, you can learn from reputable thought leaders and build strong, life-long connections.
One thing I enjoyed most about my course was the opportunity to attend the 16th International Students Summit in Tokyo with a classmate. I made so many friends from top agricultural universities and I am sure we will be working together in the future to solve major agricultural challenges. Ming Chua
We collaborate with industry, government agencies and universities worldwide to offer diverse education and research programs and forge meaningful partnerships with organisations to strengthen their capabilities and achieve solutions.
Students of Natural and Agricultural Sciences (SNAGS) is a faculty society for students studying in the associated degrees of Earth and Environment, Agricultural and Resource Economics and, Animal and Plant Biology. Several events are held throughout the University year to allow students to socialise with their peers, and develop contact networks within the industry.
Learn from the best
Dr Archa Fox
Dr Archa Fox is a senior lecturer and leading researcher in the School of Molecular Sciences whose research has uncovered a new cellular structure, paraspeckles.Read more
Professor Shane Maloney
Professor Shane Maloney's research focuses on the thermal physiology of humans and animals.Read more
Professor Jane Pillow
Professor Jane Pillow is a clinical scientist and neonatologist whose work focuses on improving outcomes for premature infants.Read more
Winthrop Professor Daniel Green
Winthrop Professor Daniel Green is a cardiovascular exercise physiologist in the School of Human Sciences studying ways to prevent chronic disease.Read more