Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
This program focuses on developing future leaders and managers of eco-service markets, such as carbon and water trading, and environmental sustainability issues, such as climate change. Students have the opportunity to pursue interests in four aspects of natural resource governance: the biophysical sciences; relevant aspects of behavioural change including education and communication; business including economics, accounting and strategy; and law and institutional arrangements. Completing this course will give natural resource managers increased interdisciplinary knowledge for meeting their legal and policy obligations. The coursework will enable existing natural resource managers to upgrade skills in this emerging and cross-disciplinary field, or facilitate a career change for those with discipline-based qualifications (e.g. teachers, lawyers, accountants).
Staff from consultancy groups, regional organisations, and state and federal agencies wishing to upgrade their skills
Candidates must pass units to the value of 72 credit points (equivalent to 12 standard units) comprising core units, a research project, and a choice of listed units. Intensive mandatory schools may be a requirement of some of the units in this course.
- Natural resources
Standard entry requirements
- A Bachelor qualification
- Or a Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma or Bachelor with Honours qualification.
Graduates will be eligible to apply for admission to a research Masters or PhD course. Students may be eligible for credit (advanced standing) for previously completed studies.
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