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Masters Degrees in Biodiversity, Australia

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The Master of Science (Ecosystem Science) offers students the flexibility to develop their own interests by selecting from a wide range of coursework subjects, including discipline core subjects and a professional skills module that provides high-level training in the areas of science communication, data analysis and modelling, ethics and/or leadership in science. Read more

The Master of Science (Ecosystem Science) offers students the flexibility to develop their own interests by selecting from a wide range of coursework subjects, including discipline core subjects and a professional skills module that provides high-level training in the areas of science communication, data analysis and modelling, ethics and/or leadership in science.

This degree provides students with essential skills, knowledge and research training through a Research Project in one of the discipline areas represented in the School of Ecosystem and Forest Sciences. These include: conservation biology, ecology, ecophysiology, environmental psychology, environmental and landscape management, forest science, genetics, horticulture, hydrology and soil science.

Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:

  • Conduct independent research in one or more fields of ecosystem science;
  • Review and critically assess the scientific literature;
  • Formulate and evaluate hypotheses;
  • Design and conduct laboratory, field and/or social studies as appropriate to the field(s) of the research project;
  • Analyse and interpret data;
  • Clearly communicate scientific results in written and oral presentations to both specialist and non-specialist audiences.


CAREER OUTCOMES

As a graduate, you may find a rewarding career in:

  • Environmental consultancy
  • Research
  • Government & non-profit organisations
  • Conservation


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