The Master of Environment is a flexible, multidisciplinary course that will develop knowledge and skills for professional practice in environment or sustainability. Depending on your academic background, interests and career aspirations you can choose from over 200 subjects taught by ten different faculties.
The Master of Environment provides specialisation in a field of environmental practice and capacity to work across disciplines for environmental decision making. You will have the opportunity to participate in research projects, internship placements, overseas study, and collaborative problem-solving projects.
The two year (200 point) Master of Environment pathway is a Professional Entry pathway suitable for graduates with an undergraduate degree in a relevant discipline with an overall average of 65%.
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%. Graduates with at least five years of relevant work experience following a Bachelor degree may also be eligible for this pathway.
The qualification structure requires completion of two core multidisciplinary subjects. Students complete a stream in a defined specialist field of environmental knowledge, or may complete a tailored specialisation in a relevant field.