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The environmental science program will provide you with the understanding and skills needed to find solutions to environmental problems, combining geosciences, agriculture and biology. You will develop the knowledge and skills to find solutions to complex environmental problems.

Develop the technical laboratory and field skills to measure, monitor and analyse environmental problems; learn about and understand the policy and regulatory contexts in which environmental scientists work; design and analyse experiments; and utilise spatial data using mapping and analysis tools.

You will develop a strong multidisciplinary scientific understanding of regional, national and global environmental issues. For more information on the program structure and content, view the Science Undergraduate Handbook.

A program in Environmental Science allows you develop an additional level of expertise in field by building upon the embedded major with additional units of study.

Graduate opportunities

As a graduate you will be able to pursue a career in a government-funded organisation, in local government or with one of the multitude of private environmental consultancies seeking graduates with science-based skills and specialist knowledge of environmental issues.

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