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Commonwealth supported: AUD $9,349.00
Domestic fee paying: AUD $15,500.00
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Developed for individuals who have an enthusiasm for physical, chemical, biological, marine and atmospheric science. It provides the opportunity to take on relevant academic study and consequently pursue a professional career in the burgeoning environmental science field.
Water monitoring, coastal zone management, meterology projects and snorkelling excursions to South West venues are some of the exciting aspects of this major.
This major is delivered in collaboration with the Department of Water, the Bureau of Meteorology, South West Catchments Council and local Coast-Care Agencies.
Environmental Scientist, Hydrographer, Meteorologist, Coastal Zone Manager, Marine Scientist
This unitset structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.
The Coastal Environmental Science major is intended for individuals who have an enthusiasm for physical, chemical and biological maritime and atmospheric science. This major provides opportunity to take on relevant academic study and consequently pursue a professional career in the burgeoning environmental science field. Delivery of the Coastal Environmental Science major within the Bachelor of Science course occurs at ECU South West in collaboration with the Department of Water, the Bureau of Meteorology, South West Catchments Council and local coast-care agencies. Water monitoring, coastal zone management and snorkelling excursions to Rottnest Island and south west venues are some of the exciting aspects of the Coastal Environmental Science major.
This major is available online and on campus at ECU South West and can be studied in conjunction with any of the Bachelor of Science majors offered at ECU.
The units listed in this major may be subject to change over the duration of the course.
This major requires a total of eight units (120 credit points) listed below.
Environmental Scientist, Hydrographer, Meteorologist, Coastal Zone Manager, Marine Scientist.
|SST2122||Waves, Tides and Beaches||15|
|SST3130||Coastal Zone Management||15|
|SST3232||Marine Environmental Issues||15|
|RPS3110||Applied Research Methods||15|
This major can also be studied in the following courses: