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Objectives:
Enables students to succeed in making a contribution to understanding our environment and natural resources. The program focuses on both the theoretical and practical aspects of environmental science. Provides graduates with practical and relevant skills that prepares them for work in the environmental and natural resource professions. Disciplines offered include: Biological Sciences, Catchment Management, Conservation Biology, Environmental & Biological Chemistry and Marine & Freshwater Management.
Entry Requirements:
Minimum admission requirements apply to enter this course
Award:
Bachelor of Science (Environmental Science)
Course Description:
This course is available for on-campus study by students with an International student visa.
Bachelor of Science (Environmental Science) students can study unitsets in the following disciplines as part of this course:

    * Biological Sciences
    * Conservation Biology
    * Environmental and Biological Chemistry
    * Marine and Freshwater Management
    * Catchment Management

This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.

The Bachelor of Science (Environmental Science) degree is a 360 credit point (25 units including a 0 credit point practicum unit) three year full-time award which may be studied in part-time mode.

The degree has two main components:

1. A core program of units in Bachelor of Science(Environmental Science).

2. An major* chosen from the list below:

Conservation Biology

Environmental and Biological Chemistry

Environmental Management

Catchment Management

Marine and Freshwater Management

Biological Science

* With the permission of the course coordinator an eight-unit major from a course offered by another school may be selected instead of a recommended major.

Year One
All students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science (Environmental Science) study the following foundation units:
Unit          Description                                         Points
Semester 1

SCC1123    Chemistry for the Life Sciences             15
SCI1181    Managing the Environment                    15  
SCI1187    Form and Function in Biology                 15
SCI1182    Case Studies in Science                         15
SCI1120    Natural Sciences Practicum 1                  0

Semester 2
SCI1185    Ecology                                                  15
SCI1186    Understanding Pollution                        15
SCI1183    Origins and Evolution of Life                  15
SCC1226   Introduction to Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry         15

*Students who have TEE Chemistry may choose to take SCC1111 General Chemistry instead of SCC1123.


Year Two
In the second year, students embark on their major program.


Unit            Description                                                                     Points
Semester 1

SCM2201    Soil and Land Processes                                                     15
SCM2202    Applied Aquatic Processes                                                  15
Plus two units from the major                                              (15 credit points each)

Semester 2
SCI1184    Australia's Physical Environment                                          15
SCM3305    Risk Assessment, Communication and Management          15
Plus two units from the major (15 credit points each)

Year Three
Unit           Description                                                                      Points

Semester 1
SCI3206    Environmental Investigation and Monitoring                       15
SCI3307    Waste Management                                                            15
SCI3309    Biological and Chemical Hazards                                         15
Plus 1 unit from the major (15 credit points)

Semester 2
SCM3203    Environmental Impact Assessment                                    15
Plus 3 units from the major (15 credit points each)
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