Master of Environment
There are two options available for graduates wishing to study a Master of Environment:
The one year (100 point) pathway Master of Environment is a Professional Development Pathway suitable for graduates with an Honours degree or equivalent in a relevant discipline with an overall average of 65% p>
A relevant discipline means that you will have some grounding in the area(s) that you wish to study. For example, a graduate with a Bachelor of Arts may not be able to study a strongly engineering-focused program such as the Waste Management stream, but would be able to take the Governance Policy and Management stream, or develop a tailored program that builds on their Arts knowledge and expands into other disciplines.
Advanced Standing (Credit)
Applicants to the Master of Environment – 200 Points pathway may be granted up to a total of 100 points Advanced Standing (credit) for the following:
- documented relevant work experience
- equivalent prior study