Are you interested in doing a Bachelor of Environmental Science?


GUC explores a Bachelor of Environmental Science with CQUniversity and CRT-BCMI

Are you interested in doing a Bachelor of Environmental Science?

If so, come along to the Course Information Session for Bachelor of Environmental Science 5-6pm Wednesday 7 September, Geraldton Universities Centre, 33 Onslow Street Geraldton

GUC is in discussions with Central Regional TAFE, and its Batavia Coast Maritime Institute, as well as industry and CQUniversity, around introducing this degree to Geraldton from 2017.

The Bachelor of Environmental Science will enable students to develop the knowledge and skills required for employment related to environmental monitoring, management and ecologically sustainable development.

Career Opportunities: Completion of the Bachelor of Environmental Science will prepare students to pursue employment opportunities in roles such as:

* environmental officer

* environmental consultant

* environmental scientist

* vegetation management officer

Employment opportunities exist within public and private sectors, for example; local catchment authorities, regional resource management organisations, State and Federal Government natural resource management departments, environmental consulting firms, local councils and mining companies.


Should there be enough local interest students would enrol in the CQUniversity’s Bachelor of Environmental Science as distance students but 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 would receive 8 units of credit in the program, meaning they could complete their degree after two years of full time study.

Please express your interest to or phone 9920 4404 and check out the link to the course through;

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