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Objectives:
The Bachelor of Science (Sustainable Forestry)is designed to equip graduates with the skills and knowledge necessary to contribute to the production forestry industry but who are also able to incorporate sustainability objectives in their work. Graduate will be aware of and show skills in meeting production and conservation objectives simultaneously. The course aims to train forestry professionals who are able to be flexible and adaptive, able to work in different types of forests, ranging from native forests, plantations, agro-forest systems and conservation plantings/revegetation. The design of the degree takes into account the requirements of the Institute of Foresters of Australia. The degree has three main components: 1. A core program of eight units completed in the first year. 2. A Major program consisting of sixteen units in Sustainable Forestry.
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Bachelor of Science (Sustainable Forestry)
Course Description:
This course is not available for on-campus study by students on an International student visa.

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

Year One
Unit           Description                                     Points

Semester 1
SCC1123    Chemistry for the Life Sciences    *    15
SCI1181    Managing the Environment                 15
SCI1182    Case Studies in Science                      15
SCI1187    Form and Function in Biology               15

Semester 2
SCI1184    Australia's Physical Environment         15
SCI1185    Ecology                                                15
SCI1183    Origins and Evolution of Life                15
SCB2423    Plant Diversity                                     15

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


Year Two
Unit            Description                                         Points

Semester 1
SCM2201    Soil and Land Processes                         15
SCI2269     Silviculture                                               15
SCB2322    Genetics and Evolution                            15
MAT2214    Applied Statistics                                     15

Semester 2
SCM2104    Geographical Information Systems         15
SCI2369    Timber Harvesting and Utilisation            15
SCI2106    Forestry Economics                                  15
SCI2107    Tree Pests and Diseases                         15

Year Three
Unit           Description                                                     Points

Semester 1
SCM3201   Conservation Biology                                          15
SCI2202    Revegetation: Principles and Practices               15
SCB3523   Plant Physiology and Adaptation                         15
SCI3212    Plantation Management and Agroforestry          15

Semester 2
SCI3213    Tree Growth and Carbon Sequestration            15
SCM3204   Ecosystem Management                                    15
SCI3301    Catchment Health and Management                  15
SCI3120    Natural Sciences Project                                     15
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