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Commonwealth supported: AUD $8,613.00
Domestic fee paying: AUD $13,900.00
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Introduces the concept of a catchment as a natural land unit, where soil types, water, land uses, social and economic factors interact. In particular, the role people play in management of catchments and how this can be harnessed to improve environmental outcomes is explored.
Natural Resource Manager, Catchment Manager, Environmental Consultant, Government Scientist
This unitset structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.
This major requires a total of eight units (120 credit points) selected fromt he list below.
|Students must complete the following required units:|
|SCC1123||Chemistry for the Life Sciences||15|
|SCM2201||Soil and Land Processes||15|
|Students must choose five of the below listed electives, with at least two units at 3000 level:|
|SCI2257||Water and Wetlands Management||15|
|SCI3301||Catchment Health and Management||15|
|SCI3122||Sustainable Water Resource Management||15|
|SCM2104||Geographical Information Systems||15|
|SCM2202||Applied Aquatic Processes||15|
This major can also be studied in the following courses: