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Coordinated by the . School of Earth Sciences. , the Master of Science (Earth Sciences) program offers two streams. Atmospheric Science. Read more

Coordinated by the School of Earth Sciences, the Master of Science (Earth Sciences) program offers two streams:

  • Atmospheric Science
  • Geology

The program includes collaboration between Earth Sciences/Geosciences departments from at least two other institutions (originally Monash and La Trobe universities, under our Victorian Institute of Earth and Planetary Sciences or ‘VIEPS’ legal agreement and partnership) expanding in the last decade to involve cooperation between several institutions (including Melbourne). Cooperation at this national level provides students from all participating institutions with the opportunity to access the best and broadest array of advanced coursework in the Earth Sciences discipline.                  

The School of Earth Sciences is home to diverse research activities that are well supported by equipment and technology both in the lab and field. Our research interests include: the solid Earth, the fluid Earth (including our atmosphere and oceans), and processes that operate at the interface between these regions. Current research activities in the School include: climate variability and change, sedimentary geology, palaeontology and the physics and chemistry of the Earth’s deep interior.

Students in the Master of Science (Earth Sciences) who have a weighted average mark of 80% or higher in the prerequisite undergraduate major, are eligible for consideration for the Graduate Research Program in Science. This is a five-year course of study comprising the Master of Science and the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

Upon completion of this course, students should have:

  • Discipline-specific knowledge and expertise appropriate for post-graduate research in the Earth Sciences field;
  • Critical judgement;
  • Ability to undertake rigorous and independent thinking; 
  • A problem-solving approach to new and unfamiliar tasks.


As a graduate of this program, one can find a rewarding career in government organisations, research institutions, environmental consultancies, and the oil, gas and mining industries. 

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

  • Climatologist
  • Energy specialist
  • Environmental consultant
  • Environmental geologist
  • Exploration geologist
  • Mine geologist
  • Researcher
  • Resources geologist
  • State geological surveyor
  • Weather forecaster

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