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  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Mechanical Engineering)

    Bachelor of Engineering students prepare for roles within today’s dynamic engineering industry, often in a particular specialist discipline. Engineering degrees often include a base education with a selected major.

    James Cook University
  • Bachelor of Exercise Physiology (Clinical)

    Bachelor of Exercise Physiology students study exercise and it's health benefits as well as it's use in the management of disease and injury.

    James Cook University
  • Bachelor of Geology

    Bachelor of Geology students learn about the Earth's natural processes and its resources. Environmental concerns, geological hazards and mapping techniques are some of the core study areas.

    James Cook University
  • Bachelor of Information Technology

    Bachelor of IT or ICT students develop the skills needed to be part of this increasingly technical industry. Courses may specialise in software, hardware or new technologies.

    James Cook University
  • Bachelor of Laws

    Bachelor of Law students study legal principals and methodologies, and explore areas such as criminal law, property law and corporations law.

    James Cook University
  • Bachelor of Marine Science

    Bachelor of Marine Science students explore issues round protection and sustainability of marine life and ecosystems, studying oceanography, geoscience and marine biology.

    James Cook University
  • Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science (Honours)

    Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science students study haematology, pathology and immunology to aid and assist doctors to research, diagnose and treat disease.

    James Cook University
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