Bachelor of Environmental Management (Sustainable Development)
Duration: 2 years full-time (6 semesters); Flexible part-time study is available to domestic students only
Starting: January, May, September
Sustainability and climate change are fundamental global challenges. Being part of the solution to these issues can be a rewarding and exciting career choice. Bond’s Bachelor of Environmental Management (Sustainable Development) is distinguished by its emphasis on the most current principles and practices within the field. You will focus on important sustainability issues including the core elements of science, technology, economics, policy, development, impact assessment and entrepreneurship. You will engage in practical work experience through field studies, industry internships and a client-driven industry project. The curriculum is focused on both Australian and international best practice.
Relevant work experience is encouraged. It provides students with the opportunity to apply skills and knowledge learnt while they are studying, maximising opportunities for career progression upon completion of their studies. An Industry Placements Officer is available to assist students in sourcing work experience opportunities.
The Bachelor of Environmental Management (Sustainable Development) is designed to provide you with the knowledge and practical experience to be a sustainability professional in business, industry, government and consulting positions. Potential career outcomes include roles in corporate social environmental management and responsibility, ethical supply chain management, environmental impact, green investment and carbon management.
The Bachelor of Environmental Management (Sustainable Development) is accredited with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
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