School of Environment


Our undergraduate programmes and courses


The School of Environment offers an array of courses, majors and programmes across both the Arts and the Science faculties. We aim to enhance understanding and management of the human and bio-physical environment. In this section our courses are listed according to subject and then level of study.

Majoring in Earth Sciences


You can study Earth Sciences as a major in the Bachelor of Science (BSc).

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Specialising in Environmental Change


You can study Environmental Change as a specialisation in the Bachelor of Advanced Science (Honours) (BAdvSci(Hons)).

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Majoring in Environmental Science


You can study Environmental Science as a major in the Bachelor of Science (BSc).

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Then depending on when you have enrolled, specific programme information can be found here:

 

Majoring in Geography


You can study Geography as a major in the Bachelor of Science (BSc) or the Bachelor of Arts (BA).

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Majoring in GIS


You can study Geographic Information Science (GIS) as a major in the Bachelor of Science (BSc).

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Specialising in Geology


You can study Geology as a specialisation in the Bachelor of Advanced Science (Honours) (BAdvSci(Hons)).

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Majoring in Geophysics


You can study Geophysics as a major in the Bachelor of Science (BSc).

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Then depending on when you have enrolled, specific programme information can be found here:

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Our undergraduate courses


  • Summer School courses

    Summer school is a great time to catch up on courses or get ahead in your programme.

  • Earth Sciences Courses

    Earth Sciences is a new subject major in the Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree. It replaces Geology and combines courses in Physical Geography.

  • Environmental Science courses

    Environmental Science is available as a second major in the Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree.

  • Geography courses

    At the School of Environment, Geography may be taken as a subject major in either the Bachelor of Arts (BA) or the Bachelor of Science (BSc) degrees.

  • Geophysics courses

    Geophysics may be taken as a subject Major in the Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree. It includes courses in Earth Sciences, Geography and Physics.

  • Science General courses

    Find out about our undergraduate courses designed to teach students how to apply specialist knowledge in a real-world working environment. These papers complement all science majors and specialisations.

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