A bachelor’s degree is earned through an undergraduate educational program that can take about three to four years to complete, provided students can attend school full-time. Bachelor’s degrees can be earned on campus or online, depending on the school, which is ideal for students with busy lives.
Astronomy is a wide-ranging topic that includes extensive study of galaxies, planets, and stars. This field of study can involve many experimental opportunities, such as using a local observatory to record data or traveling to a certain location to witness a celestial event.
Are you fascinated by the universe? Interested in science and the physics at work in the world around us? USQ’s Bachelor of Science (Astronomical and Space Sciences) comb
Start your journey supported by a world-class Astronomy and Space Science team
Are you fascinated by the universe? Interested in science and the physics at work in the world around us? USQ’s Bachelor of Science (Astronomical and Space Sciences) combines the fascination of astronomy with the opportunity to develop in-demand expertise in physics, mathematics, statistics, computing and data science.
You will learn from internationally recognized stellar astronomy and planetary systems experts and access USQ’s advanced research facilities, including Mount Kent Observatory, scientific computing software and support, and overseas telescopes available through USQ’s international collaborations in astrophysics....