Life and Environmental Sciences course planning

Below is course information and sample course maps to help assist planning your study and enrolment in Architecture and Built Environment courses.

Please ensure you check your Deakin email regularly and that your correspondence address is current at all time to receive updates and information.

If the course you are searching for is not listed below, you would like assistance and support with planning your studies or have an enrolment query, please contact one of our course advisers by phone, email or in person at one of our campus locations.

For an explanation of commonly used terms at Deakin, please visit general information and terms.

New students (enrol for the first time)

Courses listed below are for students enrolling for the first time. If you are re-enrolling, please view the continuing students tab.

Undergraduate courses

S320 Bachelor of Science

S321 Bachelor of Biological Science

Visit the Handbook links below for detailed information:


S323 Bachelor of Biomedical Science

S324 Bachelor of Forensic Science

A major sequence can be chosen from the following list:

An additional possible major sequence offered outside the faculty is Criminology


S369 Bachelor of Zoology and Animal Science

Visit the Handbook links below for detailed information:


S393 Bachelor of Environmental Science (Wildlife and Conservation Biology)

Visit the Handbook links below for detailed information:


S394 Bachelor of Fisheries and Aquaculture

Visit the Handbook links below for detailed information:


S398 Bachelor of Environmental Science (Environmental Management and Sustainability)

Note: In addition to attending classes and seminars, some units will require you to spend time on field excursions and work in the laboratory.

Visit the Handbook links below for detailed information:


S399 Bachelor of Environmental Science (Marine Biology)

Visit the Handbook links below for detailed information:


D311 Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Science

Visit the Handbook links below for detailed information:


D321 Bachelor of Commerce / Bachelor of Science

Visit the Handbook links below for detailed information:


D329 Bachelor of Forensic Science / Bachelor of Criminology

A major sequence can be chosen from the following list:

Visit the Handbook links below for detailed information:


D331 Bachelor of Science / Bachelor of Laws

Visit the Handbook links below for detailed information:


D351 Bachelor of Teaching (Science) / Bachelor of Science

A major sequence can be chosen from the following list:

*Students electing to complete one of the Biological Science related disciplines must choose another from one of the following - Chemistry and Material Science, Mathematical modelling or Environmental Science. Students are not permitted to undertake both from the Biological Science related disciplines.

Visit the Handbook links below for detailed information:

D369 Bachelor of Information Systems / Bachelor of Science

Visit the Handbook links below for detailed information:


Continuing students (re-enrolment)

Courses listed below are for students re-enrolling for next year. If you are enrolling for the first time, please view the new students tab.

Undergraduate courses

S320 Bachelor of Science

To view information about your course, including course overview, rules, structure and other additional information, please visit the University Handbook for the year you commenced your course.

A sample course map is available to help guide you in your unit selections

S321 Bachelor of Biological Science

To view information about your course, including course overview, rules, structure and other additional information, please visit the University Handbook for the year you commenced your course.

A sample course map is available to help guide you in your unit selections

S323 Bachelor of Biomedical Science

To view information about your course, including course overview, rules, structure and other additional information, please visit the University Handbook for the year you commenced your course.

A sample course map is available to help guide you in your unit selections

S324 Bachelor of Forensic Science

To view information about your course, including course overview, rules, structure and other additional information, please visit the University Handbook for the year you commenced your course.

A sample course map is available to help guide you in your unit selections

S369 Bachelor of Zoology and Animal Science

To view information about your course, including course overview, rules, structure and other additional information, please visit the University Handbook for the year you commenced your course.

A sample course map is available to help guide you in your unit selections

S393 Bachelor of Environmental Science (Wildlife and Conservation Biology)

To view information about your course, including course overview, rules, structure and other additional information, please visit the University Handbook for the year you commenced your course.

A sample course map is available to help guide you in your unit selections

S394 Bachelor of Fisheries and Aquaculture

To view information about your course, including course overview, rules, structure and other additional information, please visit the University Handbook for the year you commenced your course.

A sample course map is available to help guide you in your unit selections

S398 Bachelor of Environmental Science (Environmental Management and Sustainability)

Note: In addition to attending classes and seminars, some units will require you to spend time on field excursions and work in the laboratory.

To view information about your course, including course overview, rules, structure and other additional information, please visit the University Handbook for the year you commenced your course.

A sample course map is available to help guide you in your unit selections

S399 Bachelor of Environmental Science (Marine Biology)

To view information about your course, including course overview, rules, structure and other additional information, please visit the University Handbook for the year you commenced your course.

A sample course map is available to help guide you in your unit selections

D311 Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Science

To view information about your course, including course overview, rules, structure and other additional information, please visit the University Handbook for the year you commenced your course.

A sample course map and information is provided below. Please contact a faculty course advisor to help guide your unit selections.

Students can select from Bachelor of Science major sequences:

D321 Bachelor of Commerce / Bachelor of Science

To view information about your course, including course overview, rules, structure and other additional information, please visit the University Handbook for the year you commenced your course.

A sample course map and information is provided below. Please contact a faculty course advisor to help guide your unit selections.

Students can select from Bachelor of Science major sequences:

D329 Bachelor of Forensic Science / Bachelor of Criminology

To view information about your course, including course overview, rules, structure and other additional information, please visit the University Handbook for the year you commenced your course.

A sample course map is available to help guide you in your unit selections

D331 Bachelor of Science / Bachelor of Laws

To view information about your course, including course overview, rules, structure and other additional information, please visit the University Handbook for the year you commenced your course.

A sample course map and information is provided below. Please contact a faculty course advisor to help guide your unit selections.

Students can select from Bachelor of Science major sequences:

D351 Bachelor of Teaching (Science) / Bachelor of Science

To view information about your course, including course overview, rules, structure and other additional information, please visit the University Handbook for the year you commenced your course.

A sample course map is available to help guide you in your unit selections

D369 Bachelor of Information Systems / Bachelor of Science

To view information about your course, including course overview, rules, structure and other additional information, please visit the University Handbook for the year you commenced your course.

A sample course map and information is provided below. Please contact a faculty course advisor to help guide your unit selections.

Students can select from Bachelor of Science major sequences:

Postgraduate courses

S771 Master of Biotechnology (Advanced)

To view information about your course, including course overview, rules, structure and other additional information, please visit the University Handbook for the year you commenced your course.

A sample course map is available to help guide you in your unit selections

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