About this course
Please see the Bachelor of Science handbook entry for the following majors for details of their level of professional accreditation:
- Computing and Software Systems
Intended learning outcomes
- apply their broad knowledge of science across a range of fields, with in-depth knowledge in at least one area of study, while demonstrating an understanding the local and global contexts in which science is practised;
- articulate the methods of science and explain why current scientific knowledge is both contestable and testable by further inquiry;
- apply appropriate methods of research, investigation and design, to solve problems in science, technology and/or engineering, including the planning and conduct of a significant project or investigation;
- employ highly developed conceptual, analytical, quantitative and technical skills and are adept with a range of technologies;
- articulate the relationship between different science cultures, the international scope of science, technology and engineering knowledge and methods and the diverse contributions made by people with diverse perspectives, cultures and backgrounds;
- evaluate the role of science, technology, and/or engineering in addressing current issues facing humankind, for example climate change, health and disease, food security, sustainable energy use;
- work effectively in groups to meet a shared goal with people whose disciplinary and cultural backgrounds differ from their own;
- communicate clearly and convincingly about science and technology ideas, practice and future contributions to expert and non-expert audiences, matching the mode of communication to their audience.
A description of the generic skills expected of a graduate of the Bachelor of Science is contained within the degree's Learning outcomes statement (see 'Learning Outcomes').
The Bachelor of Science (Extended) has the objective of preparing graduates who embody the University of Melbourne graduate attributes.
Last updated: 6 December 2019