Knowledge of the interaction between ocean, atmosphere, land, biota and humans is the key to the management of our built and natural systems and to finding solutions to the problems they face.
The Bachelor of Environmental Science focuses on building scientific knowledge and practical skills in land, water, and flora and fauna conservation. As well as lectures and tutorials, you undertake classes in scientific laboratories equipped with advanced analytical equipment. You may choose an 8-unit major to focus your studies, or a specialisation in the growing field of regenerative agriculture.
Field trips feature in many units, enabling you to gain hands-on skills in many diverse environments. The University is located near a variety of unique study environments, including significant wetlands and estuaries, forests, coastal and inland national parks, and urban and rural development.
Graduates are not just knowledgeable and innovative, but industry-ready, with practical skills to manage the environment for the future.