The Bachelor of Marine Science and Management combines marine science with contemporary management concepts to equip graduates with the skillset sought by employers in this field. The course develops practical field skills in a range of subtropical coastal and marine environments, including the Solitary Islands Marine Park. Further highlights include the intensive marine mammals and coral reef study units. The course is offered in Lismore and students also attend the University's National Marine Science Centre in Coffs Harbour to study specialist marine science units such as oceanic systems, global climate change and marine biodiversity conservation.
Other courses available include a combined degree in environmental and marine science and management; as well as honours and postgraduate degrees.
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Updated: 24 April 2013