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You’ll cover the fundamentals of the environmental sciences as well as the history and philosophy of contemporary environmental movements.
You’ll study social science courses that inform sustainability practices. You’ll be introduced to key economic concepts, to how environment systems work and to how they might be better managed.
You'll have the opportunity to study at a university in north-west Europe where progressive environmental practices have been widely adopted, or in Asian countries such as China and Vietnam where there is a need to adopt such practices.
You will engage in policy formulation, writing and implementation, and learn about environmental and natural resource management. You can specialise in either applied chemistry, ecology or geospatial science.
Your skills and knowledge will come together through client-based projects, field-based projects and a work placement centred on real-life environmental issues. Choose from electives in substantive environment sub-fields such as agriculture, catchment management, planning and ecotourism. You’ll also have the opportunity for project work in Vietnam.
Plans are variations offered for a program such as specialisations, modes of delivery or location. Browse a plan to see the courses our students are currently studying.
Bachelor of Environmental Science/Bachelor of Environment and Society
4 years full time/ 8 years part time
4 years full time
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Bachelor of Environmental Science/Bachelor of Social Science (Environment)
4 yrs full time/ 8 years part time
4 yrs full time
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