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  • University of Tasmania

    Work in Australia's booming aquaculture industry

    Get to know the science behind aquaculture, which involves farming fish and aquatic plants in a controlled environment. Learn the process from beginning to end so you can help the world enjoy a sustainable food source.

  • Southern Cross University

    A sustainable approach to food and agriculture

    Study holistic management of soils, water, fertilizers and more. Explore the climate connection. Your in-depth knowledge of regenerative practices can lead to careers growing food, consulting, and resource management. Join a new way of farming.

  • Southern Cross University

    SCU-MAR-DEG | Undergraduate

    Manage and protect the underwater world

    Start with earth science fundamentals, then deep dive into oceanography, marine ecology, fish and aquaculture, reefs, fisheries and marine parks management. Work towards a career in marine science and management, conservation, or restoration.

  • Southern Cross University

    SCU-FOR-DEG | Undergraduate

    Study forest science to become a degree-qualified forester

    Focus your science degree with this forestry specialisation and delve into sustainable resource management and wood production. In addition to core science principals, this course covers native forests, fire ecology, wood science, and more.

  • Southern Cross University

    Study the environment to protect and manage it

    Start with earth science fundamentals, then dig deeper into ecology, ecosystem regeneration, biogeochemistry, modelling and resource management. Think about conservation and protection. Strive for a career in parks, environment, or research.

  • University of Tasmania

    A foundation in climate science with an Antarctic focus

    Developed by climate experts, this course introduces students to global climate change. Exploring the future of the Antarctic Region, you’ll build an understanding of marine science and the laws of the oceans.