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Designed for students with an interest in aquatic environments.
Students study biological and physical processes that occur in both marine and freshwater systems, and develop skills to enable them to contribute to management and understanding of water-based ecosystems. There is an emphasis on the continuity of these environments across the transition from fresh water to estuarine and marine systems.
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|Unit Code||Unit Title||Credit Points|
|SCI1187||Form and Function in Biology||15|
|SCM2110||Marine and Freshwater Processes||15|
|SCI2111||Marine and Fisheries Biology||15|
|SCI3210||Marine and Coastal Ecosystems||15|
|Plus 1 unit from:|
|SCB3201 ^||Studies in Ecology||15|
|SCI3150 ^||Science Project||15|
|SCM2201 ^||Soil and Land Processes||15|
|SCI3453 ^||Sustainable Natural Resource Management||15|
^ Core Option
Marine Biologist, Marine Scientist, Environmental Officer, Water Manager, Marine Park Manager, Marine Park Ranger
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