Biological Sciences student, Minette Salmon

Master of Science

Learn the nuances of how life on Earth works or explore the boundaries of physics in nine variations of the Master of Science. Consider an advanced option to pursue a career in research.

Master of Science in Agricultural Innovation (Advanced option available)

With a Master of Science in Agricultural Innovation you will have the skills required to solve the complex challenges facing the world.
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Master of Science in Astronomy & Astrophysics (Advanced option available)

The Master of Science in Astronomy & Astrophysics covers a broad range of areas including astrophysical techniques and computing, planetary science, stellar astrophysics, galaxies and cosmology.
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Master of Science in Biological Sciences (Advanced option available)

The Master of Science in Biological Sciences is a versatile program that allows you to explore different fields in Biology. You can also explore related topics such as biological anthropology, ethics, health and disease, innovation and public policy, environmental change, and contemporary perspectives in environmental science.
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Master of Science in Earth Sciences

During the Master of Science in Earth Sciences you’ll study courses from different earth science disciplines including computational geosciences, data sciences, analytical techniques, biogeochemistry, experimental petrology, geobiology, geochemistry, geochronology, geology, geophysics, ocean and climate change and planetary sciences.
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Master of Science in Nuclear Science (Advanced option available)

The Master of Science in Nuclear Science covers the basics of nuclear science, nuclear energy and medicine, materials analysis and dating techniques.
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Master of Science in Precision Instrumentation & Measurement (Advanced option available)

The Master of Science in Precision Instrumentation & Measurement is a mix of coursework and projects, both individual research as well as group-based. You can study topics such as noise and measurement, photonic sensing systems, electronics and data analysis, scientific computing, leadership and influence, unravelling complexity, innovation, and science public policy.
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Master of Science in Quantitative Biology & Bioinformatics (Advanced option available)

The Master of Science in Quantitative Biology and Bioinformatics is a two year program for those with a special interest in worlds of Mathematics, Computer Science, Biology and Statistics and how these disciplines powerfully combine.

Master of Science in Quantum Technology (Advanced option available)

The Master of Science in Quantum Technology explores the frontier of quantum technology, covering topics such as unbreakable cryptography, faster computers and quantum phenomena.
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Master of Science in Theoretical Physics (Advanced option available)

During the Master of Science in Theoretical Physics you will discover the breadth of theoretical physics, including understanding how non-linear dynamics can be applied to complex problems like understanding how neural networks work, developing crack proof quantum encryption or designing night-vision technology.  

 

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