Environmental science has never been more important. Deep dive into the science and policy that will help you make an impact on the environment.
Designed for students with a interest in environmental science and corresponding background, the course builds on your existing knowledge with research and professional skills to investigate, analyse and synthesise complex information, problems, concepts and theories. This masters degree covers the practical and theoretical aspects of environmental science, as well as providing an understanding of professional and ethical responsibilities and an awareness of social, economic, cultural and environmental aspects of environmental science in a global community.
The major research projects and coursework have been designed to address topical concerns in industry and society, preparing you for further enrolment in a research degree or employment in environment-related fields.
Master of Science (Environmental Science)
Duration: 2 years
Annual indicative fees (2023):
$34,000 (Full fee paying)
The environmental science master degree allows you to choose a wide range of topics that are crucial to the future of Australia and its resource management. Hydrogeology, Groundwater, Climate Change, Coastal Management or Tourism Planning – it’s your choice, and you’ll be in demand.
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Spread over two years, the degree will see you learn about Coastal management, teach you advanced professional skills and how to assess Environmental impact. Learn about GIS and the global impact of Climate change, and select from a wide range of electives as diverse as groundwater and water quality, population dynamics, drone observation and sustainable development. The second year will see you undertake the masters research project, or for those with a GPA of 5 or above you will be in the coursework with research component steam and complete a masters research thesis.
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Applicants must normally hold a bachelor degree or equivalent qualification in environmental science or with a major in environmental science or a closely related discipline. Applicants who hold an Honours degree in Environmental Science or a closely related area are not eligible to apply for this degree.
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