Units of study
Unless otherwise stated, these Environmental Science units of study are available only to students through the articulated postgraduate Environmental Science program and are not available to the wider University community. With the permission of the program coordinator, you can take units from other programs as long as these units are relevant to an environmental science degree and that you also complete the required core units.
Students in the graduate certificate must complete at least 6 credit points of the following core units.
Students in the graduate diploma must complete at least 18 credit points of the following core units.
Students in the master's degree must complete at least 18 credit points of the following core units.
Climate Change: Process, History, Issues
Energy - Sources, Uses and Alternatives
Introduction to Environmental Chemistry
Social Science of Environment
Methods in Applied Ecology
Students in the master's degree (coursework pathway) must complete RESP5001.
Students in the master's degree (research pathway) must complete ENVI5501.
Integrated Environmental Practice
Environmental Research Project
Environmental Science Elective Units
The remaining units should be selected from the following list of elective units.
Soil Processes, Assessment & Management
Water Management and Variable Climate
Advanced Water Resources Management
Environmental Simulation Modelling
Geographic Information Science A
Environmental Mapping and Monitoring
Human Rights and the Environment
Coastal Processes and Systems
Coral Reefs, Science and Management
Coral Reefs and Climate Change
Ecological Econ & Sustainable Analysis
Life Cycle Analysis
Australasian Wildlife: Introduction
Australasian Wildlife: Field Studies