With a UWA science degree you can make a real difference.
Flexible and industry relevant, our hands-on courses cover Earth Sciences, Geography, Planning, Environmental Management, Soil Science and more.
UWA is conveniently located close to an international biodiversity hotspot – Australia’s South West.
It’s an area of 300,000 square kilometres, with 13,500 kilometres of coastline, that’s home to 1,500+ plant species and myriad endemic mammals. The World Heritage-listed Shark Bay and Ningaloo Reef – one of the world’s largest fringing reefs – are also on our doorstep, presenting unique marine and environmental research opportunities.
We offer a large variety of undergraduate choices under the Bachelor of Science degree.
If you're wondering what a first year geology field trip is like - this podcast combines live footage from part of the Geological Perspectives (EART1104) field trip in 2009 with student interviews.