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Ecosystem Sciences

Year



Type

Major, Minor, Sub-Major, Extended Major

Description

Ecosystem Sciences provides a broad understanding of environmental sciences and policy, including the contemporary concepts of ecosystem management and sustainable development that link natural and social systems. Students receive a solid foundation in the natural sciences and field research techniques, while engaging in active, project-based learning opportunities. Students are encouraged to apply their skills and knowledge to solve complex environmental problems.

Prerequisite(s)

Nil

Assumed Knowledge

Nil

Courses

Course Area and cat no. Units Level References
Biodiversity for the Environment BIOL 1014 4.5 1
Environment: A Human Perspective ENVT 1013 4.5 1
Sustainable Ecosystems BIOL 1015 4.5 1
Ecology BIOL 2023 4.5 2
Environmental Interpretation and Community Engagement ENVT 3016 4.5 2
Park and Ecotourism Management ENVT 2004 4.5 3
Environmental Conflict and Public Consultation ENVT 3020 4.5 3
Restoration Ecology ENVT 3028 4.5 3

Rules

Nil

Notes

  1. Students who wish to choose other relevant courses (not listed above), must seek approval from the Program Director.
  2. Some courses include a field component (which may vary in length and distance travelled and may incur additional charges).