Bachelor of Environmental Science (Sustainablity Science)
Duration: 2 years full-time (6 semesters). Flexible part-time study is available to domestic students only
Starting: January, May, September
Bond’s Environmental Science degree combines the elements of science and technology to produce leading environmental scientists. You will learn about natural resource management and be at the forefront of this rapidly changing industry. This degree includes extensive field work so you can experience the unique Australian environment first-hand while also learning to understand how it functions and how we can manage human impacts.
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.
Environmental scientists are needed by government and industry across a wide range of sectors including mining and energy, transportation, fisheries and agriculture, tourism, planning and property, and community infrastructure. There are diverse job opportunities in urban and regional Australia, as well as overseas. You will be provided with an in-depth understanding of all facets of environmental impact assessment. You will learn how to apply your scientific skills to both global and local environment decision-making processes and develop a thorough understanding of the natural environment and the methods for undertaking environmental field research and analysis. You will also develop the skills needed to monitor a diverse range of ecosystems including coral reefs, deserts, rainforests, wetlands and coastal dunes.
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