University of Newcastle Master of Environmental Management and Sustainability
The University of Newcastle’s Master of Environmental Management and Sustainability is designed for those seeking to become an environmental sustainability specialist. Sustainability is one of the key drivers of current economic policy, so having an in-depth understanding of how environmental practices intersect with business, government and the community is a highly regarded skill with strong job growth forecasted over the next decade.
The degree has been designed with flexibility in mind. It is available 100% online with some courses also offered face-to-face, and students can choose to study full-time or part-time so they can fit study in around their lifestyle. Students can even design the program around their professional needs with the option to choose to study two of three specialty areas: business management, natural resource management and spatial science.
The degree is available for people from a range of backgrounds and experience. Catering for both suitably qualified graduates from cognate fields and mid-career professionals wishing to gain professional postgraduate qualifications in the field, there are study pathways from 80 to 160 units depending on level of experience. Students can also elect to study at a time that suits them, with multiple intakes per year.
For more information and to apply, visit newcastle.edu.au/enviro-sustainability.
Phone: 02 4921 5000
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