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Graduate Certificate of Environmental Management
Area of Specialisation In Sustainable Water Resources Management
This specialisation provides an opportunity for students to focus on the sustainable use of water. This includes background units in the biophysical aspects of both marine and freshwater environments and finally, to managing water demand, environmental water requirements and working with communities in catchments.
Area of Specialisation structure
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The Sustainable Water Resources Management area of specialisation requires students to complete 60 credit points (three units) and provides an opportunity for students to focus on the sustainable use of water. This includes background units in the biophysical aspects of both marine and freshwater environments, and to finally managing water demand, environmental water requirements and working with communities in catchments.
|SCI5115||Inland Aquatic Systems||20|
|SCI5126||Environmental Water Requirements||20|
|Prescribed Elective Unit|
|SCI5124||Land Degradation and Management||20|
|SCI5125||Forest Ecology and Management||20|
|SCI5250||Environmental Impact Assessment Procedures||20|
|SCI5128||Environmental Management Systems & Auditing||20|
|SCI5110||Management of Waste||20|
|SCI5118||GIS and Remote Sensing||20|
This major can also be studied in the following courses: