Students must complete 144 UOC as a standalone program.
Students in the Environmental Management program are expected to complete 144 UOC of courses.
120 UOC Environmental Management courses:
- 60 UOC of core Environmental Management courses.
- One approved major
- Prescribed electives
A course can only count once as 6 UOC towards the 144 UOC: if a course is in both the compulsory course list and within an approved Major, then additional Prescribed Electives must be taken so that the compulsory courses, approved Major and Prescribed Electives totals 120 UOC.
12 UOC Free Electives. These courses can be taken from any Faculty of the University at any stage of your program.
12 UOC General Education courses. These courses cannot be Science courses. These courses can be taken from any Faculty of the University at any stage of your program.
Please click the Sample Programs link below to view a typical enrolment pattern for this program.
Level 1 Core Courses
Level 2 Core Courses
Level 3 Core Courses
General Education description.
Students must take 12 UOC of the following courses.
Any course defined as a Science course cannot be taken as General Education (GE). All other courses can be used to fulfil the GE requirement of this program, including GEN# coded courses. Any exceptions to these rules must be approved by the Associate Dean (Academic Programs) or nominee.
Excluded General Education Courses
Prescribed Electives description.
Students complete up to 18 UOC of the following courses.
Please Note: Students who do not undertake the Geography Major may also use:
- GEOS2241 Peak Carbon: Climate Change and Energy Policy (6 UOC)
- GEOS2641 Urban Environments (6 UOC)
- GEOS3921 Coastal Resource Management (6 UOC)
towards their Prescribed Electives.