Maintaining the balance between our environment and human development is challenging. The future needs you to work on sustainable solutions to issues including increasing biodiversity loss, urbanisation and climate change.
The ANU Bachelor of Environment & Sustainability (Advanced)(Honours) is a contemporary degree, covering environmental science, policy and social sciences, allowing you to address the complex challenges of sustainability.
This broad environmental education includes a sound basis in theory and methods, with a focus on hands-on applications and field-based, research-led learning.
This degree offers direct entry to the four-year Bachelor (Honours) program, and includes enhanced research-led learning opportunities throughout your studies, so you gain the research skills needed to develop new knowledge and insights in environment and sustainability.
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Please note that if you are commencing your studies in semester 2 there may be restrictions on the courses available for enrolment. We strongly recommend that you make an appointment with an academic advisor. You can make an appointment by using our online booking system here. Alternatively, you can call Science Central on 6125 2809. There will also be advisory sessions offered during the week before semester commences.
With a strong emphasis on getting outside and learning in the field, the ANU Bachelor of Environment and Sustainability Advanced (Honours) will give you a broad environmental education, teaching you to link the natural and social sciences with their applications in environmental conservation and sustainable resource management.
If you enjoy the great outdoors and are passionate about keeping them pristine for future generations, this degree will teach you to be an effective environmental scientist and natural resource manager, helping you to meet the sustainability challenges and opportunities facing us this century.
The first three years of this degree is coursework studies. The fourth year is a research intensive honours year.