GUC in partnership with Central Regional TAFE, and its Batavia Coast Maritime Institute, has introduced this degree in Geraldton from 2017.
Students enrol in the CQUniversity’s Bachelor of Environmental Science as distance students and receive weekly tutorials for theoretical units and undertake 3-4 day intensive courses each semester in practical units that make up the program. Field work is also applicable in some of the intensive practical units.
Students with the Diploma of Conservation and Land Management or Diploma of Environmental Monitoring and Technology receive 8 units of credit in the course, meaning they can complete their degree after two years of full time study.
The Bachelor of Environmental Science enables you to develop the knowledge and skills required for employment related to environmental monitoring, management and ecologically sustainable development.
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|Course codes/names||CA42 Bachelor of Environmental Science|
|Duration||3 years full time, 6 years part-time|
|Entry Requirements||ATAR 67 or Relevant Cert IV or Diploma|
|CRTafe Pathways||Diploma of Conservation and Land ManagementDiploma of Environmental Monitoring and Technology|