Bachelor of Environmental Policy and Management 36 months Undergraduate Program By The University of Adelaide |Top Universities
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Program Duration

36 monthsProgram duration

Tuitionfee

44,000 AUDTuition Fee/year

Application Deadline

09 Oct, 2023Application Deadline

Program overview

Main Subject

Environmental Sciences

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

Study Mode

On Campus

Earth is home to 8 billion people with an ever-increasing population — and we’re careless. Animals and plants are dying out, oceans are overfished and polluted, loggers cut down precious forests, and climate change is affecting the planet. Finding a way to live together and protect the environment could be our greatest challenge.

Environmental policy, applied effectively, can stop this from happening through land and water management, carbon mitigation and adaptation, national parks, and new approaches to sustainable development. Environmental policy makers solve problems with the community and protect the environment for a better future. They protect vital ecosystems and stand between the environment and processes that degrade it.

Our Bachelor of Environmental Policy and Management challenges you to make a positive impact. You will:

  • research how humans affect natural environments
  • explore approaches to conservation and sustainability
  • create policy and plans for managing environmental problems
  • learn about climate change, biodiversity, population growth and resource scarcity.
There are also travel opportunities. We offer exchanges and study tours where you’ll tackle real-life problems in vulnerable communities.

Environmental expertise is in demand. You could spend your days outdoors managing landscapes, engaging with communities, or drawing up plans for business and government. You might set up programs to restore habitats for local wildlife. Perhaps you’ll work towards sustainability in rangelands or urban communities, build policy around renewable energy, or get involved with ecotourism.

Program overview

Main Subject

Environmental Sciences

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

Study Mode

On Campus

Earth is home to 8 billion people with an ever-increasing population — and we’re careless. Animals and plants are dying out, oceans are overfished and polluted, loggers cut down precious forests, and climate change is affecting the planet. Finding a way to live together and protect the environment could be our greatest challenge.

Environmental policy, applied effectively, can stop this from happening through land and water management, carbon mitigation and adaptation, national parks, and new approaches to sustainable development. Environmental policy makers solve problems with the community and protect the environment for a better future. They protect vital ecosystems and stand between the environment and processes that degrade it.

Our Bachelor of Environmental Policy and Management challenges you to make a positive impact. You will:

  • research how humans affect natural environments
  • explore approaches to conservation and sustainability
  • create policy and plans for managing environmental problems
  • learn about climate change, biodiversity, population growth and resource scarcity.
There are also travel opportunities. We offer exchanges and study tours where you’ll tackle real-life problems in vulnerable communities.

Environmental expertise is in demand. You could spend your days outdoors managing landscapes, engaging with communities, or drawing up plans for business and government. You might set up programs to restore habitats for local wildlife. Perhaps you’ll work towards sustainability in rangelands or urban communities, build policy around renewable energy, or get involved with ecotourism.

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

70+
25+
6.5+
6+
58+
79+
1120+
176+
6+
Please refer to the website for additional entry requirements.
09 Oct 2023
3 Years
Feb
Jul

Tuition fee and scholarships

Domestic Students

10,585 AUD
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International Students

44,000 AUD
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