Master of Environmental Advocacy

Program of Study Course cps
Core Units
Complete the following units:
24 cps
Unit Code Unit Title Unit cps  
PAIS565 Politics and the Environment: Intersecting Crises 6  
PEAC503 Active Resistance: Contemporary Nonviolence 6  
PEAC504 Environmental Security and Peaceful Futures 6  
PHIL566 The Ethics of Environmentalism 6  
Listed Units
Complete at least 18 credit points from the following units:
18 to 24 cps
AGEX510 Agricultural and Natural Resource Extension 6  
ARPA552 Public Archaeology and Management 6  
ECON431 Introduction to Bioeconomics 6  
EDCX510 Learning in Social Movements 6  
EDUC428 Education and Sustainability 6  
EM512 Environmental Impact Assessment 6  
GEPL535 Environmental Planning and Administration 6  
GEPL541 Environmental Biogeography 6  
GEPL570 Your Place or Mine? People and Power in Place 6  
HHSC585 Environment and Health 6  
HUMS505 Reading Unit A 6  
HUMS506 Reading Unit B 6  
HUMS507 Minor Research Project 6  
HUMS508 Major Research Project 12  
IDIG511 Indigenous Peoples and Colonisation: Land and Nature 6  
NR511 Natural Resource Policy and the Community 6  
PAIS506 Avoid Economic Deception: Study Political Economy 6  
PAIS516 Paradise Lost? Governance in the Pacific 6  
PAIS575 Media and Politics 6  
PEAC528 Peacemaking 6  
PEAC555 Civil Military Relations 6  
PEAC573 Globalisation, as if People and Ecosystems Matter 6  
PSYC515 Psychology for Sustainability 6  
And may complete not more than 6 credit points from the following units: 0 to 6 cps
LLM627 Resource Management Risks and Responsibility 6  
LLM628 Resource Rules 6  
LLM629 Strategy and Sustainability 6  
LLM630 Resources, Relationships and Agreements 6  
Total 48 cps

Suggested Full-Time Course Plan

The following are suggested patterns of enrolment or pathways for candidates studying on a full-time or part-time basis. They take into account unit pre-requisite, co-requisite and timetabling requirements. Candidates can each year choose to study fewer units than the full-time pattern or more units than the part-time pattern, but if doing so should use these suggested patterns as guides as to how best to structure their studies.

For candidates studying Full Time = 48 cps per year. 12-15 Hours of study per week should be allocated for each 6 cp unit enrolment.

Year Trimester 1 Trimester 2 Trimester 3
1

PEAC503

PAIS565

 

PEAC504

Listed Unit

 

PHIL566

Listed Unit

 

Listed Unit

Listed Unit

 

Suggested Part-Time Course Plan

For candidates studying Part Time = 24 cps per year. 12-15 Hours of study per week should be allocated for each 6 cp unit enrolment.

Year Trimester 1 Trimester 2 Trimester 3
1

PEAC503

PAIS565

 

PEAC504

Listed Unit

 

2

PHIL566

Listed Unit

 

Listed Unit

Listed Unit