Sample course plans for majors offered in the Bachelor of Environments.
The Bachelor of Environments is not accepting applications for 2017 entry. (However applications for lateral entry/entry with credit may still be accepted.) Further information regarding subsequent intakes will be made available as soon as possible.
Majors offered in the Bachelor of Environments
A major is a sequence of subjects that you complete throughout your degree. In the Bachelor of Environments, each major consists of a sequence of 8 or 9 subjects taken in second and third years that progressively build a depth of disciplinary knowledge.
Note: Sample course plans are designed as a supplementary course planning tool. The sample course plans provided are examples only and do not reflect all of the course planning options available to students.
Always use the University Handbook as your primary course planning tool.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT WORKLOAD
These sample course plans presume full-time study of 50 points each semester. Local students may undertake a reduced load or study part-time (25 points or less per semester). This normally increases course duration.
Students requiring help with planning their reduced study load may wish to seek course advice.
Architects combine creative vision, innovation, technological understanding and architectural theory to shape how we live, work and play in our built environment.
The Construction major teaches students to manage a large or small construction project from start to finish. You will learn through site visits and special presentations by industry professionals to deepen your understanding of real world practice.
Engineers use creativity, analytical skills and scientific understanding to make things happen in the real world. They shape our essential infrastructure such as roads and public transport.
Environmental Geography combines knowledge of natural environments with an understanding of how human societies work in order to address a range of issues and problems associated with environmental management.
The Earth’s environment is impacted by human activities, including land degradation and industrial pollution, as well as natural phenomena like earthquakes, cyclones and tsunamis.
Landscape Architecture is the design of environments that have a physical and emotional impact on our lives, such as neighbourhoods, city squares, urban forests, parks, streets, gardens, and green infrastructure.
Landscape Ecosystem Management
Landscape Ecosystem Management major is designed to give you an understanding of the living and social systems required to plan and manage a range of outdoor environments – from urban parks to wilderness areas. Explore the physical and social components of landscapes – the flora, fauna, soils, water and people, and the complex relationships between them.
The Property major focuses on developing an understanding of the ownership, development, management, feasibility, funding and investment, and occupation of land and buildings.
Spatial Systems is the study of the science and technology of 3D measurement, mapping and visualisation, also known as geomatics. It is concerned with capturing, analysing, managing and presenting spatial information.
Urban Design and Planning
Urban designers and planners are actively engaged with some of the pressing issues of our time, including the impact of climate change, sustainable resourcing challenges, and the pressures of increased urbanisation.
A 'double major' involves completion of two majors within 300 points by following set course plans.
A 'minor' is a sequence of subjects that offers a secondary area of study in a particular field. A minor in the Bachelor of Environments consists of 50 points (four subjects) at second and third year.
Renamed and Discontinued Majors
2013 - 2015 intakes, and intakes prior to 2013.
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