Bachelor of Environmental Science

Summary

CRICOS course code: 042477D
Level of study: Undergraduate

With the Bachelor of Environmental Science your academic studies will be combined with practical experience, allowing you to play an active role in the protection and conservation of the environment.
Foundation knowledge including biology, ecology and spatial analysis will be the base from which you learn to solve complex environmental problems. You will explore human-impact, social and cultural perspectives, identify solutions to environmental challenges, and learn how to effectively communicate information for positive environmental outcomes. Training in critical and systems thinking will empower you to tackle the environmental challenges of our time.
Course structure:
The Bachelor of Environmental Science includes common and core foundation units completed mainly in the first year that provide you with a grounding in biology, ecology, earth systems and an introduction to current national and global environmental issues.
You can then select one or two majors in Biodiversity and Conservation, Water and Landscapes, or Eco-cultural Resource Management. Specialist electives include exciting field intensives that offer on-the-ground experience within the spectacular environments of Northern and Central Australia and the Asian-Pacific region. There are also three free elective units which provide additional flexibility and choice.
External: this course is available online through distance education with some on-campus attendance requirements.

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