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Bachelor of Environmental Science and Management

Undergraduate | CSU-ESM-DEG | 2024

Tackle the environmental issues you care about most

Get a solid grounding in ecology. Gain skills in environmental practice. Specialisations include climate, conservation, and parks. Includes work-based learning with your choice of environmental organisation. Protect ecosystems for today and tomorrow.

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Online & on-campus
100% online
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3 years full time or part time equivalent
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Bachelor of Environmental Science and Management

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Career opportunities

A career in environmental science and management is incredibly rewarding, as you work to overcome environmental challenges – in Australia or overseas – and help ecosystems and communities grow and flourish.

Join a government department

Government agencies are big employers of our graduates. You could work as researcher, environmental scientist and manager, Landcare officer, catchment management officer, national park ranger, land and water officer, or field ecologist.

Help business go greener

Work in private industry or consultancy to ensure businesses are environmentally responsible and sustainable for the long term.

Follow your passion

The skill set you’ll develop in this course will mean you could follow a career path in any direction that fires your imagination – whether that’s working with natural resources, fisheries, terrestrial ecosystems or at the interface between wild and manmade environments.

Career outlook

Environmental Managers:
Over $120K
Policy Analysts:
$93K to $120K
Policy and Planning Managers:
Over $120K

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