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Course results for Postgraduate Environmental science Degrees
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GRF-IWM-GCE | Postgraduate
Advance your career in the water sector
Learn from the world’s leading water professionals. Gain practical tools and skills to tackle water management issues. Protect aquatic ecosystems. Choose from a broad selection of electives including financial aspects, collaboration, and sanitation.
GRF-HYD-GCE | Postgraduate
Advance your career in catchment hydrology and water management
Unpack the complex systems and science behind the catchment process and hydrology. Solve catchment science with software and data. Graduates are skilled up to contribute to catchment work in urban development, flood impact, and waterway pollution.
GRF-CCA-GCE | Postgraduate
Prepare to deal with the challenges of climate change
Expand your professional toolkit with skills and knowledge to tackle the impacts of climate change. Think sustainably. Grasp the science to consider the solutions. Learn to adapt using policy and technical information from government reports.
GRF-CAP-GCE | Postgraduate
Broaden your engineer’s toolkit to include catchment processes and ecology
Unpack catchment systems and science including hydrology, ecology and geology. Get to know current management guidelines and rehabilitation strategies. Graduates are skilled up to work in water quality and waterways restoration and protection.
UOQ-GIS-GCE | Postgraduate
Combine your passion for geography with information systems
Learn computing skills in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software, remote sensing operations and how to manage projects that need geographical tech. Analyse the use of remote sensing, air photo interpretation and more.
SCU-RGA-GCE | Postgraduate
Explore the future of farming and food production
Learn how to improve farm productivity, build resilience within the agricultural system, and think holistically about ecology. As you grow your understanding of regenerative agriculture, you’ll develop the confidence to advocate alternative practices.