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CUR-BAS-DEG | Undergraduate
Lay the foundations for a career as an architect
Enter an industry where initiative, creativity and critical awareness are valued. Explore how architecture relates to culture and daily life. Study building design and construction, and express architectural ideas via reports, models and multimedia.
CUR-GPH-DEG | Undergraduate
Articulate, trained geographers are in demand
Investigate the relationship between people, place and the environment. Examine food security, population, energy, and the impacts of climate and political change. Geographers find work in planning, resource management, policy making and development.
CUR-SCP-GCE | Postgraduate
Research and analyse how we can guarantee a sustainable future
Understand the relationship between global and local sustainability issues by developing social research and analysis skills. Learn to apply international best practice sustainability concepts to find a career in the public and private sectors.
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CUR-SCP-MAS | Postgraduate
Identify and apply international best practice to sustainability
Study urban design, sustainable cities, leadership, Aboriginal sustainability, decarbonising cities and regions, climate policy and economics. Graduates find careers in sectors where social research and analytical skills in sustainability are required.
CUR-SCP-GDI | Postgraduate
Use your skills to aim for a sustainable future
Understand the relationship between global and local issues by learning to critique the impact of culture on sustainability. Apply climate policy to social research and analysis for public policy and commercial employment.
CUR-GYT-GCE | Postgraduate
Inspire your own students to wonder about the world
With no prior geography knowledge required you'll explore the environmental, social and economic aspects of human activity. Upskill to teach about climate change, cultural diversity, indigenous perspectives and the need for sustainable development.
CUR-GEO-GCE | Postgraduate
Trained geographers have an enormous range of job options
Analyse the environmental, social and economic aspects of human activity. Delve into climate change, cultural diversity, indigenous perspectives and global best practice. Work in planning, development, environmental management, and agriculture.