School of Environment, Science and Engineering
The School of Environment, Science and Engineering is a leader in environmental sustainability and draws on the University's outstanding research strengths. The School offers a comprehensive suite of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, which specialise in environmental, marine, forest science and engineering management, providing students with opportunities to develop innovative, contemporary skills and knowledge in their chosen discipline.
The School's four-year degrees in civil engineering, mechanical engineering and coastal systems engineering (new in 2018) enable students to develop the theoretical knowledge and skills vital to the engineering profession.
Students access new state-of-the-art in the science and engineering precinct at Lismore campus and the University's National Marine Science Centre in Coffs Harbour provides advanced analytical equipment and resources for marine science students and researchers.
Our courses combine academic rigour, laboratory work, within our stunning, ecologically diverse region, and professional experience through industry internships for a well-rounded education and enhanced career opportunities. Many of our units have flexible study options, with all environmental science courses available by distance education.
With a 30 year history of excellence in teaching and research, Southern Cross University's School of Environment, Science and Engineering has an outstanding international research profile.
The World Heritage rainforests, reefs, beaches, estuaries, large rivers, mountains and national parks provide living laboratories for learning and research.
The School is a highly successful competitor for large Australian Research Council grants, and a preferred partner for significant industry sponsored research.