Combining science and innovation in a double degree has a great potential to lead to exciting and diverse career opportunities. Many of the world's most pressing issues, such as climate change, healthcare, food security, and sustainable energy require multidisciplinary solutions, combining technical knowhow with an innovation mindset.
You might identify novel opportunities, develop disruptive technologies, or create new products or services that transform businesses and societies. You might start your own ventures based on scientific discoveries or bring fresh perspectives to existing industries through innovative approaches.
At Curtin, you'll study Innovation alongside your chosen Science major and Science specialisation over a four-year period, and graduate with two degrees.
In Science, you'll develop core expertise in your major, and take a specialisation that either deepens your knowledge in one subject or broadens it out across a variety of subjects such as climate change, mining, environmental management, food science, forensic studies and industrial optimisation.
In Innovation, you'll study business management and innovation fundamentals, followed by a set of transformational experiences including development of a sustainable business innovation project, an interactive study tour or an international experience - where you can apply your knowledge and demonstrate your skills as a future-focused problem solver.
The following Science majors can be studied with Innovation:
You'll combine your science major with one of the following specialisations: