Are you interested in studying environment and sustainability but not sure whether your degree is relevant? Do you want to know what skills you will gain in a truly multi disciplinary program?
Or what environmental career you might go into?
Join us for a chat and coffee with our academics about your options. You’ll meet some current students and learn more about the course.
We offer Masters, Graduate Diploma and Graduate Certificate degrees all with flexible study options. Applications for Semester 2, 2015 close 31st May 2015; Semester 1, 2016 close 30th November 2015.
Information session dates:
- Wed 13th May, 12.30-1.30pm (last for Semester 2, 2015 entry information)
- Tues 15th September, 11.30am-12.30pm
- Wed 14th October, 12.30-1.30pm
- Wed 11th November, 4.30-5.30pm
Venue: Office for Environmental Programs meeting room, Ground Floor, Walter Boas Building (163) find us
REGISTER your attendance and see you there!
The OEP Team
Information for OEP students:
this subject addresses the policy and governance framework for forest
management in international, national and state contexts. It describes policy processes and the role of different actors in policy development and implementation. Different policy instruments are described and their suitability for achieving policy objectives is discussed. Current issues in international forest policy, such as illegal logging and trade, conservation, certification, environmental management, forests and poverty and climate change are considered from the viewpoints of different forest policy actors. This subject will equip students with an improved capacity for critical thinking in relation to policy issues.
Enrolment details and Learning Outcomes can be found in the 2015 Handbook
FRST20029 International Forest Policy
The enrollment deadline for GEOG90007 to March 1 2015. A link in the handbook will direct you to Faculty of Science webpage should they need further information about quota selection.
Two more graduate quota subjects, FRST90030 Forests in the Asia Pacific Region (November) and GEOG90019 Indigenous Land Management (June).We believe a similar process will be set in place.We are yet to confirm with these coordinators when the enrolment deadline shall be.
Do you want to become an environmental leader?
Do you wish to enjoy the flexibility to design a program that meets your goals?
Applications are now open for the Master of Environment for Semester 2, 2015.
There are two options available for graduates wishing to study a Master of Environment, find out more here or contact the Office for Environmental Programs to discuss further email email@example.com
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Important information for OEP Students: 2015 Re-enrolment for Semester 1 & Semester 2 is now open for changes, additions and new subjects.
Please check the 2015 Handbook, if subject not currently included in your Study Plan (and relevant to your stream/program) please contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Enrolment requirements for Law subjects: please check Useful Forms for further details.
Last date for Re-enrolment is 5pm on 12th December, 2014. Late enrolments will incur a fine.