Environmental Studies Courses
Now more than ever, more emphasis has been placed on the environmental management and planning of our cities.
The Bachelor of Environmental Science is a unique undergraduate program directly integrated to the protection and conservation of our regional, rural and national environment.
The Bachelor of Sustainability at UNE provides a unique opportunity to develop skills and an understanding of sustainability in a holistic manner, integrating the social sciences and humanities with the environmental sciences and natural resource management.
The Bachelor of Environmental Science will enable you to develop the knowledge and skills required for employment related to environmental monitoring, management and ecologically sustainable development.
The University of New England offers a flexible approach to the study of law.
This one-year full-time or two-year part-time course is offered internally at Hobart and Launceston.
This 1-year full-time or 2-year part-time course is offered by the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology at Launceston.
The Bachelor of Applied Science (Professional Honours in Environmental Management) is designed for those with a 3-year Bachelor degree to undertake honours-level studies in environmental management.
The Bachelor of Science (Honours) gives you the opportunity to extend your knowledge and skills in the specific discipline area that interests you.
Deakin’s Bachelor of Environmental Science (Honours) provides you with exposure to a range of possible career paths and an understanding of your chosen discipline through research in areas including environmental management and sustainability, ecological risk assessment, wildlife and conservation biology, behaviour, ecology, evolution, and, ecophysiology, marine and freshwater biology, and fisheries and aquaculture.