The world is facing many environmental challenges – needing your help.
Through the Master of Environmental Science, you’ll learn risk assessment techniques and scientifically rigorous ways to tackle grand environmental challenges such as air, water and land contamination and controls, climate change, energy transition, conservation and ecosystem management, and food security.
You'll specialise in an area of your choice, learning from leaders in their fields, while also building professional skills in communication, policy, planning, and ethical business studies.
Take the next step
If you want a career that can make a difference, find out what graduate degree options there are in energy, environment and conservation.
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Sharpen your skills with real-world problems
You’ll leave the course with a major industry-based or academic research project to feature in your CV. In this project, you’ll apply your environmental science know-how to real-world problems, for one of our partners in a government, not-for-profit or consulting organisation.
If you’d like to gain even more real-world experience, you can also choose to complete a workplace internship or field-based courses.
Tailor your course
The Master of Environmental Science is suitable for those with a background in environmental engineering or the life, chemical, physical, Earth or environmental sciences. You'll have the flexibility to develop your own interests, whether they build on your background or you decide to try something completely new.
You’ll be able to choose from a wide range of environmental science and interdisciplinary subjects, so you can focus on a specialisation suited to your environmental challenge interests.
Gain more than just technical skills
We know that soft skills are important too, which is why we include a seminar subject to ensure you can effectively speak and write about science.