Courses

The Graduate Environmental Program offers four degree options with flexible entry and exit points, part-time options, and intensive study mode.

There are 12 Specialist Paths of Study (Streams) available within the Master of Environment. Comprised of a range of subjects selected by experts in their field, studying a stream will give you specialised knowledge, noted on your academic transcript. Alternatively, you could mould your degree to your interests and capabilities in the tailored specialisation.

Master of Environment (200 Point pathway)

  • 2 years full time coursework / part-time equivalent
  • 13 Specialist Paths of Study (Streams)*
  • Professional Entry Degree
  • Two compulsory core subjects plus your choice of electives plus Research Subjects available
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Relevant Bachelor Degree with an overall 65% average score

*Some Streams have special entry requirements

Master of Environment (100 Point pathway)

  • 1 year full time coursework / part-time equivalent
  • 12 Specialist Paths of Study (Streams)*
  • Professional Development Degree
  • Two compulsory core subjects plus your choice of electives plus Research Subjects available
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Relevant Bachelor Degree with Honours or equivalent with 65% overall average score.

*Some Streams have special entry requirements


Graduate Diploma in Environment (100 Points)

  • 1 year full time coursework / part-time equivalent
  • No Specialist Paths of Study (Streams) available
  • No compulsory subjects
  • Research Subjects available
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Relevant Bachelor Degree with 65% overall average score

Graduate Certificate in Environment (50 Points)

  • 6 months full time coursework / part-time equivalent
  • No Specialist Paths of Study (Streams) available
  • No compulsory subjects
  • Research Subjects available
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Relevant Bachelor Degree with 65% overall average score