Science

Environmental Management

80.00Guaranteed Entry Score 2018
80.00 ATAR 2017
3.0YEARS
KENSINGTON CAMPUS
MAP
INTAKE S1 & S2
ATTENDANCE PT or FT
MODE Classroom

A degree for all the greenies and those who simply want employment that looks after the planet.

Understanding how we, and our activities, impact our planet is becoming increasingly important. Even more important is learning how we manage human activity and create a sustainable balance with nature. Environmental Management is an all-encompassing area which looks to find the answers to a sustainable existence.

The Bachelor of  Environmental Management program contains a core sequence of compulsory courses, a choice of disciplinary Majors and choices from a group of electives. The Majors include: Biology, Earth Science, Ecology, Environmental Chemistry, Geography and Marine Science.This degree will provide you with a strong education in the skills and knowledge necessary to work or carry out research as an environmental scientist. You will learn to be able to place your understanding of the scientific aspects of the environment within the general context of the policy and legal framework of environmental regulations, as well as economic and social dimensions to environmental policy and management. 

The Bachelor of  Environmental Management  is designed as a 3 year full-time degree, but if you satisfy the entry requirements you may have the opportunity to continue on to an Honours year or the Master of Environmental Management. 

On completion of your degree you are awarded a Bachelor of Environmental Management.

Assumed Knowledge
Mathematics and Chemistry.

Recommended Knowledge
Biology, Earth and Environmental Science, Physics

Program Code: 

3965

UAC Code: 

429540

CRICOS Code: 

080468A

Award Level: 

  • Bachelor Degree

Award: 

Bachelor of Environmental Management

Minimum Units Of Credit for Award: 

144
Environmental Degrees @ UNSW
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