Science

Environmental Management - Ph.D.

3.0YEARS
KENSINGTON CAMPUS
MAP
INTAKE S1 & S2
ATTENDANCE PT or FT
MODE Classroom, Online, Distance, Directed Research, Independent Research

Environmental Studies is concerned with the historical, theoretical, geographical and policy implications of the human use, construction and transformation of the environment.

There is a focus on contemporary environmental concerns, including how and why these concerns have risen to the forefront of current policy agendas, how social, economic and technological systems mediate our interaction with the environment, how these systems vary across the world and evolve with time and the ways in which environmental decisions are made and controversies resolved.

A Doctor of Philosophy Degree requires three years full-time study and completion of a written thesis. The thesis is reviewed by members of the Australian and international scientific academic community. In the course of their research, PhD students must make a distinct contribution to the knowledge within their specific discipline. Ideally, this will result in the publication of original research findings in peer-reviewed journals of international standing.

Program Code: 

1425

UAC Code: 

N/A

CRICOS Code: 

079506K

Award Level: 

  • Ph.D.

Award: 

Doctor of Philosophy

Minimum Units Of Credit for Award: 

144