Course summary

The Master of Marine Science and Management is designed for university graduates wanting to pursue specialist expertise in marine science with a focus on sustainability and management.

The curriculum is strongly influenced by the needs of industry and potential employers. It has both a theoretical and a practical focus, with field studies in a range of coastal and marine environments, including the Solitary Islands Marine Park.

Several of the units are designed to develop research skills in areas that will enhance the students learning, academic and career opportunities. 

The degree is delivered from the University’s National Marine Science Centre teaching and research facility in Coffs Harbour, which is equipped with purpose-built laboratories and field equipment.

Students who have completed a relevant Bachelor degree will receive four units of advanced standing towards the Masters degree.
Marine science student undertaking research
DurationLocationSession

2F/4P

Depending on unit availabilities, previous study or work experience, students may be able to complete their degree in a shorter duration than indicated.

National Marine Science Centre Coffs Harbour1, 2
DurationLocationSession

2F/4P

National Marine Science Centre Coffs Harbour1, 2

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