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Bachelor of Science (Environmental Management)

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  • Objectives
    Introduces students to the multidisciplinary nature of Environmental Management. Involves an understanding of the environment, and the knowledge and skills used in its management. Disciplines include Biological Sciences, Conservation Biology, Environmental and Biological Chemistry, Marine and Freshwater Management and Catchment Management.
  • Entry requirements
    Minimum admission requirements apply to enter this course.
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Science (Environmental Management)
  • Course description
    This course is available for on-campus study by students with an International student visa.
    Bachelor of Science (Environmental Management) students can study unitsets in the following disciplines as part of this course:

    Students must select a second major from the list below and complete 120 credit points, which will consist of the required core units and recommended electives.
        * 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.

    This course is a 26 unit degree (including 2 practicum units), with a 360 credit point value.

    The degree has three main components:

    1. A core program of eight units completed in the first year.

    2. A core of eight units specific to Environmental Management.

    3. A second major* chosen from the list below:


    Conservation Biology

    Environmental Chemistry

    Marine and Freshwater Management

    Catchment Management

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

    Year One
    Unit          Description                                         Points

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

    Semester 2
    SCI1184    Australia's Physical Environment           15
    SCI1183    Origins and Evolution of Life                  15
    SCI1186    Understanding Pollution                        15
    SCI1185    Ecology                                                  15

    Year Two
    Unit            Description                                      Points

    Semester 1
    SCM2201    Soil and Land Processes                      15
    SCM2202    Applied Aquatic Processes                   15
    Second Major Unit 1
    Second Major Unit 2

    Semester 2
    SCM2104    Geographical Information Systems     15
    SCM2203    Valuing the Environment                     15
    Second Major Unit 3
    Second Major Unit 4

    Year Three
    Unit            Description                                         Points

    Semester 1
    SCM3201    Conservation Biology                             15
    SCM3202    Environmental Planning                         15
    SCI3214    Natural Sciences Practicum 2                    0
    Second Major Unit 5
    Second Major Unit 6

    Semester 2
    SCM3203    Environmental Impact Assessment         15
    SCM3204    Ecosystem Management                         15
    Second Major Unit 7
    Second Major Unit 8

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