Since 2000, the Master of Environmental Management has graduated over 650 professionals around the world. Our graduates find employment in the environment divisions of large corporations, dedicated environmental consultancies, auditing firms and carbon offset providers; in government agencies such as the Commonwealth Dept of Climate Change, State Departments of Environment, Climate Change and Natural Resource Management; in Local Government as environment managers and officers; in large environmental NGOs as analysts and campaigners; and in international organisations such as UNESCO, UNEP and UNDEP. MEM training allows professionals such as journalists, lawyers and engineers to shift their areas of specialisation to focus on the environment.
The Master of Environmental Management is 1-2 year full-time program depending upon the grant of Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) not restricted to science disciplines.
Apply NOW at https://apply.unsw.edu.au
It is normally taken as a 96 unit of credit program, over a minimum of 4 full-time sessions, or 8 part-time sessions. However, it can be taken as a 72 UOC (1.5 years full-time equivalent) or 48 UOC program (1 year full-time equivalent), subject to RPL.
Lectures and seminars are usually scheduled in the evening, allowing flexibility for those who work during the day.The program is available on campus or online . The IES aims to provide as much flexibility as possible in the delivery of the MEM program. The mandatory courses are available online and a number of disciplinary knowledge and potential electives are available online or by short-course mode.
Apply NOW at https://apply.unsw.edu.au NB: PLEASE ENSURE YOU √ (tick) the box indicating 'Recognition of Prior Learning'. This will help with processing your application. Program Requirements
Students enrolled in the Master of Environmental Management are required to complete a program totalling 96 units of credit (UOC). Ordinarily, students must complete:
Three compulsory 6UOC Core Courses (totalling 18 UOC) Four 6UOC Disciplinary Knowledge courses (totalling 24 UOC) Elective courses, to make up the total of 96 UOC overall. At least 2 IEST electives (totalling 12 UOC or more) must be taken.
Students who achieve a Distinction level (75%) average after their first four courses may seek approval from the Program Coordinator to replace some electives with an approved Internship Research Project (6 UOC), and/or a research project for those who are interested: Research project (24 UOC).
A Bachelor’s degree with a weighted average mark (WAM) of 65. The Bachelor’s degree can be in any discipline;A Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma in Environmental Management with a WAM greater than 65;An Honour’s degree at a recognised or reputable university;A Bachelor’s degree with a WAM of 50-65 plus approximately five years professional experience in a relevant field Recognition of Prior Learning available not restricted to science disciplines
Recipient: UNSW Australia
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