The Master of Science (Astronomy) and Master of Science (Environment and Sustainability) majors consists of 16 units of courses, consisting of those courses listed below in the Recommended Enrolment Pattern section.
The Master of Science (Mathematics/Statistics) major consists of 16 units of courses, selected from those courses listed below in the Recommended Enrolment Pattern section, subject to the following conditions:
at least eight units of courses must be at Level 8
at most three elective courses of study, which are not listed in the Recommended Enrolment Pattern section, may be taken from a related area of interest to the student with prior approval of the Faculty of Health, Engineering and Sciences. For example, a student working in bioinformatics might also want to study areas of computing or biology or a student with an interest in Mathematics Education could take suitable courses in the study area of Education.
All courses may be taken in either on-campus or external/online mode.
PhD Program entry requirements
Students wishing to proceed to a PhD must study MSC8001 Research Project Methodology and MSC8002 Research Project Dissertation Research Project Dissertation courses and achieve a GPA of 5.5 or higher in the Masters.