1 x 2-hour seminar weekly
1 Admission into HBA-Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
1a Admission into HBEM-Bachelor of Environmental Management (Honours)
1b Admission into GCARCH-Graduate Certificate in Archaeology
1c Admission into GDPARCH-Graduate Diploma in Archaeology
1d Admission into MARCH-Master of Archaeology
1e Admission into HBAGIS-Bachelor of Applied Geographical Information Systems (Honours)
1f Admission into HBSC-Bachelor of Science (Honours)
1g Admission into GDPAHM-Graduate Diploma in Archaeology and Heritage Management
1h Admission into MAHM-Master of Archaeology and Heritage Management
1i Admission into MAHMA-Master of Archaeology and Heritage Management [1.5 years]
1j Admission into GCEMG-Graduate Certificate in Environmental Management
1k Admission into GDPEMG-Graduate Diploma in Environmental Management
1l Admission into MEMG-Master of Environmental Management
1m Admission into GCGIS-Graduate Certificate in Geographical Information Systems
1n Admission into GDPGIS-Graduate Diploma in Geographical Information Systems
1o Admission into MHID-Master of Health and International Development
1p Admission into MGIS-Master of Geospatial Information Science
2 Admission into BSCH-Bachelor of Science (Honours) (Enhanced Program for High Achievers)
3 103.5 units of topics
4 Admission into BSCHEN-Bachelor of Science (Honours) (Environmental Science)
5 103.5 units of topics
Must Satisfy: (((1 or 1a or 1b or 1c or 1d or 1e or 1f or 1g or 1h or 1i or 1j or 1k or 1l or 1m or 1n or 1o or 1p)) or (2 and 3) or (4 and 5))
Enrolment not permitted
1 of ENVS7004, ENVS8001, ENVS8741 has been successfully completed
Assumed knowledge
Some social and political literacy.
Topic description
This topic will explore contemporary theory and practice in environmental management. It aims to equip students with an understanding of some central issues associated with the social nature of environmental management and to refine student knowledge and skills required to deal with environmental issues in the community.
Educational aims
  1. Equip the student with an understanding of some central issues associated with the social nature of environmental management
  2. Add to and refine the knowledge and skills students have and will require to deal with environmental issues in the community
Expected learning outcomes
At the completion of this topic students are expected to be able to:

  1. Demonstrate an understanding of some key issues in contemporary theory and practice of environmental management
  2. Demonstrate high-level written and Web based analytical and presentation skills in relation to key environmental management issues
  3. Deliver an effective spoken presentation to peers