Changes in our environment mean we are facing unprecedented societal, economic and political challenges.
With a Master of Geography, you'll become part of the new generation of workers who are tackling these challenges by bridging the gap between the social and natural sciences.
You can specialise in one of three streams – physical, human or integrated geography – and include an optional research thesis if you wish.
You’ll leave with the geography skills needed for jobs in natural resource management, research, urban planning and sustainability locally, or development and policy globally.
Take your skills into the field
Geographers need practical, in-the-field experience, and we offer plenty of opportunities for you to get your hands dirty – in China, East Timor, New Zealand, or around Australia.
Be globally connected
As a geographer, you’ll know how important it is to gain a global perspective. In addition to international fieldwork subjects, we offer the International Internship in Environment – an elective subject that gives you the unique opportunity to complete a placement with an overseas-based environmental organisation.
Take on real-world research problems
You can choose either a coursework-only or a coursework-plus-thesis option. If you complete a thesis option, you'll leave the course with a significant research project to feature on your CV.
Gain more than just technical skills
We know that soft-skills are important too, which is why you’re able to select from a wide range of high-level professional subjects, including science communication, modelling, business, ethics and more.