Environmental science

Environmental science at RMIT is multidisciplinary, encompassing biology, chemistry, geology, hydrology, meteorology and physics. Our practical programs give you the skills to make real world change.

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Study type Program name Location Code Apply
Undergraduate
Undergraduate
Bachelor of Environmental Science
BP192
Melbourne City
BP192
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BP192
BP192
BP192
Undergraduate
Undergraduate
Bachelor of Environmental Science/Bachelor of Engineering (Environmental Engineering) (Honours)
BH096
Melbourne City
BH096
{ "Program code" : "BH096", "Program name" : "Bachelor of Environmental Science/Bachelor of Engineering (Environmental Engineering) (Honours)", "School" : "Science", "Plan and CRICOS combination" : "", "National curriculum code" : "", "Career" : "Undergraduate", "College" : "" }
BH096
BH096
BH096
Undergraduate
Undergraduate
Bachelor of Science
BP229
Melbourne City
BP229
{ "Program code" : "BP229", "Program name" : "Bachelor of Science", "School" : "Science", "Plan and CRICOS combination" : "", "National curriculum code" : "", "Career" : "Undergraduate", "College" : "" }
BP229
BP229
BP229
Postgraduate
Postgraduate
Master of Environmental Science and Technology
MC191
Melbourne City
MC191
{ "Program code" : "MC191", "Program name" : "Master of Environmental Science and Technology", "School" : "Science", "Plan and CRICOS combination" : "", "National curriculum code" : "", "Career" : "Postgraduate", "College" : "" }
MC191
MC191
MC191
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