Study Planner Information

1st to 4th Year Study Planners

Program Rules Course List

What do the different requirements mean?

  • Compulsory – all students must complete this course
  • Elective – an elective course from the course list, or as permitted by the program rules
Year 1 - Semester 1
Course Code & Title Requirements
BIOL1030 Global Challenges in Biology Compulsory
ENVM1501 Intro to Environmental Mgt Compulsory
GEOS1100 Environment & Society Compulsory
PLAN1001 Introduction to Planning Compulsory
Year 1 - Semester 2
Course Code & Title Requirements
GEOM1000 Geog Inform & Analysis Compulsory
GEOG1000 Human Settlements Compulsory
ENVM1002 Critical Analysis in Environmental Management Compulsory
MATH1040 Basic Mathematics1 Compulsory

1. MATH1040 is Compulsory if you have not achieved a grade of HA or higher in Maths B (or equivalent) in high school. If you have achieved a grade of HA or higher in high school Maths B or equivalent then you are unable to enrol into MATH1040 and you should enrol in an elective course instead.

Year 2 - Semester 1
Course Code & Title Requirements
ENVM1512 Ecological Economics Compulsory
ENVM2100 Sustainable Devt Compulsory
GEOG2205 Global Population Issues Compulsory
Please select #2 from the Part C electives list. Elective
Year 2 - Semester 2
Course Code & Title Requirements
ENVM2000 Environmental Data Analysis Compulsory
ENVM2101 Sustainable Consumption & Prod 2 Compulsory
ENVM3525 Sustainable Business Practice Compulsory
Please select #2 from the Part C electives list. Elective

2. ENVM2101 Sustainable Consumption & Production will be not offered in semester 2 2017. If you were due to enrol in ENVM2101 in semester 2 2017, please contact Student Administration for advice.

Year 3 - Semester 1
Course Code & Title Requirements
ENVM2008 Cultural Heritage Management Compulsory
GEOM2001 Geographical Info Sys Compulsory
ENVM3203 Tools for Environ Asst & Analysis Compulsory
ENVM3103 Reg F/works for Envl Mgt & Compulsory
Year 3 - Semester 2
Course Code & Title Requirements
ENVM3102 Industry Placement (Environmental Mgt)2 Compulsory
ENVM3106 Field Excursion (Sustainable Devt)3 Compulsory

2. 14 week industry placement course worth #4.
3. Two-week field excursion during mid-year break (July) worth #4. Additional fee payable.

4th Year Study Planner:

FOR OPTION D:

Year 4
Semester Compulsory Elective
1 ENVM4100 Environmental Management Case Studies4 Please select 6 units from Part C elective list
2 ENVM4100 Environmental Management Case Studies4 Please select 6 units from Part C elective list

4. Students are required to enrol in this course in both Semester 1 & 2 for completion. Students commencing in Semester 1 enrol in ENVM4100 for both semesters.

FOR OPTION E:

Year 4
Semester Compulsory Elective
1 ENVM4200 Environmental Management Thesis5
GEOS6001 Research Philosophy, Design & Imnplementation
Please select 2 units from Part C elective list
2 ENVM4200 Environmental Management Thesis5 Pleases select 4 units from Part C elective list


5. Students are required to enrol in this course in both Semester 1 & 2 for completion. Students commencing in Semester 1 enrol in ENVM4200 for both semesters. Students commencing in Semester 2 enrol in ENVM4201 for both semesters.

What will I study?

Sustainable Development is a continuing focal area for environmental management and is projected to continue to grow in national and international importance. The underlying philosophy is to reduce the effects of industry and other activities on the environment and implement ways to reduce or eliminate existing and potential environmental concerns. This means designing and incorporating environmental solutions into better cities, industries, farms, mines and tourism etc. at the individual enterprise level through to state and national programs and policies. The field requires people able to create innovative and cost-effective projects to achieve sustainable development and to assist firms and governments to set and meet necessary environmental standards.