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Master of Natural Resources Management

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  • Objectives
    Provides opportunities for professionals wishing to add to their qualifications and experience in natural resource management by providing the skills and knowledge to integrate planning, impact assessment, environmental and health risk assessment and monitoring into the broader decision-making of their organisations. Areas covered include environmental impact assessment, planning and monitoring set in the context of our major ecosystems and emphasises the global, regional and local nature of environmental issues.
  • Entry requirements
    Undergraduate degree or equivalent prior learning including at least five years appropriate professional experience. Special admission requirements Successful completion of a 3 year Chinese Diploma and a PQP program from a recognised provider.
  • Academic Title
    Master of Natural Resources Management
  • Course description
    This course is available for on-campus study by students with 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.

    The course is a professional Masters degree consisting of ten units and a total of 240 credit points which can be completed over four semesters full-time.

    Stage 1
    Unit          Description                                                       Points

    Semester 1

    SCI5124    Land Degradation and Management                    20
    SCI5116    Environmental Administration and Planning         20
    And either
    SCI5115    Inland Aquatic Systems                                        20
    SCI5123    Coastal and Marine Systems                                20

    Students successfully completing Stage 1 can choose to exit with a Postgraduate Certificate.

    Stage 2
    Unit          Description                                                           Points

    Semester 2

    SCI5250    Environmental Impact Assessment Procedures         20
    SCI5105    Catchment Health                                                      20
    SCI5133    Environmental and Health Risk Assessment              20

    Students successfully completing Stage 1 and 2 can choose to exit with a Postgraduate Diploma.

    Stage 3
    Unit          Description                                                     Points
    Semester 3

    SCI5127    Environmental Monitoring & Investigation          20
    SCI5139    Approaches in Natural Sciences                          20
    Plus one of the following:
    SCI5125    Forest Ecology and Management                        20
    SCI5110    Management of Waste                                        20
    SCI5117    Biological Conservation                                       20

    Semester 4

    SCI5138    Natural Resources Management Project             60

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