Course summary

Keen to delve deeply into the study of ocean and marine sciences with leading researchers, in state-of-the-art facilities and in some of the most beautiful and fascinating marine ecosystems in the world? 

The Master of Marine Science and Management is delivered from the University’s National Marine Science Centre teaching and research facility in Coffs Harbour, equipped with purpose-built laboratories and field equipment and located on the shores of the Solitary Islands Marine Park.

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.

You will work with other inspired scientists and students on and under the water and in the classroom to develop specialist expertise in marine science with a focus on sustainability and management. investigating marine management and ecology, conservation and biodiversity, approaches to sustainability and mitigation of pollution among other fascinating topics.

A small boat with four people aboard motors through crystal blue waters. The boat is carrying Master students from School of Environment, Science and Engineering who are carrying out research with baited video pods.
DurationLocationSession

2F/4P

Depending on unit availability, 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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