Environmental science

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

RMIT Fiji Tour Project

Science at RMIT is all about hands-on experiences 'in the field'. Hear from Professor Jeff Shimeta as he talks about the importance of Science study tours such as the Self-sufficiency and Sustainability in the Remote Islands project in Fiji.

You’ll gain extensive field and lab work experience, use specialised equipment and collaborate on projects with government, environmental agencies and consultancies. You’ll even have the opportunity to be part of the Vietnam project, or take a field trip to the Great Barrier Reef.

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