Explore 25 results for "environmental science***" by leading Australian Universities

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  • Edith Cowan University

    Become an environmental decision-maker

    Would you like to lead an organisation towards better decisions for the environment? This course will show you how. Consider the greater context of ecosystems as you make choices based on impact and risk using management systems and auditing. 

  • 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.

  • Edith Cowan University

    ECU-ESC-MAS | Postgraduate

    Take a 6-month placement to hone your skills

    Bolster your passion for environmental science with a 6-month placement. Investigate complex ideas and theories in government and non-government workplaces. Communicate with real professionals and make connections that will last your career. 

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Griffith University

    GRF-CCA-MAS | Postgraduate

    Help our country manage the effects of climate change

    Discover how you can help society become more resilient in the face of climate change. Examine issues such as infrastructure planning, sustainability measures and public wellbeing. Understand government policy processes and what needs to be prioritised.

  • Griffith University

    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.

  • Curtin University

    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.