Environmental Management C - ENVPZS8623

Stream Summary

Faculty: ARTSC - Faculty of Arts&Social Science

School: School of Humanities and Languages


Program: 8623 - Environmental Management


Master of Environmental Management (Specialisation)

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Stream Outline

The Master of Environmental Management offers you an interdisciplinary and applied set of courses which outline some of the main decision-making frameworks and tools for environmental management. The program also provides discipline-specific knowledge relevant to work in environmental professions. The program can be taken by environmental specialists and non-specialists from a wide range of disciplines and interests.

Stream Structure

To qualify for the award of the degree, you must successfully complete 96 UOC:

4 core courses (24 UOC)
NB: IEST5001 is normally to be taken at the start of the program, while IEST5003, a capstone course, should be taken later in the program, preferably the final semester.

4 Disciplinary Knowledge courses (24 UOC)

At least 3 Advanced Disciplinary Knowledge courses (18 UOC)

5 Prescribed Elective courses (30 UOC)
Depending on Disciplinary background, you may choose to take the following two foundational electives:
Alternative electives from across the University may be selected with the permission of the program coordinator.
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