Master of Sustainability

For candidates admitted under Rule (b)
Program of Study Course cps
Advanced Standing
Block advanced standing granted for candidates who have completed the Graduate Certificate in Sustainability or Graduate Certificate in Environmental Systems, Markets and Climate Change of the University of New England.
24 cps
Advanced Standing 24  
Listed Units
Complete 48 credit points from the following units:
48 cps
Unit Code Unit Title Unit cps  
AGRO514 Plant Biosecurity 6  
ECON429 Environmental and Natural Resource Economics 6  
ECON431 Introduction to Bioeconomics 6  
EDSE464 Environment, Technology and Society 6  
EDUC499 Thesis at Bachelor Honours Level 24  
EDUC596 Special Topics in Education (A) 6  
EM512 Environmental Impact Assessment 6  
EM532 Remote Sensing and Image Analysis 6  
EM551 Ecosystem Rehabilitation 6  
GEPL307 Climate Change and Future Planning 6  
GEPL500 Masters Dissertation 24  
GEPL535 Environmental Planning and Administration 6  
GEPL552 Changing Communities: Development Planning 6  
GEPL570 Your Place or Mine? People and Power in Place 6  
GSB751 Business Ethics, CSR and Sustainability 6  
LS358 Natural Resources Law 6  
LLM621 LLM Minor Dissertation 24  
LLM631 Managing Conflict Over Resources 6  
LLM632 Indigenous Natural Resource Issues and the Law 6  
NR511 Natural Resource Policy and the Community 6  
NR531 Remote Sensing and Surveying 6  
NR691 Research Thesis 24  
PA335 Precision Agriculture 6  
PAIS565 Politics and the Environment: Intersecting Crises 6  
PHIL566 The Ethics of Environmentalism 6  
PSYC515 Psychology for Sustainability 6  
RSNR502 Integrated Water Resource Management 6  
RSNR503 Sustainable Land Management 6  
RSNR504 Project Management 6  
SCI695 Master of Scientific Studies Thesis 24  
Total 72 cps

Suggested Full-Time Course Plan

The following are standard 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 less units than the full-time pattern or more units than the part-time pattern, but if doing so should use these standard 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.

For candidates commencing in Trimester 1
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Students may undertake units in Trimester 3 subject to availability.
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Notes:
Students may undertake units in Trimester 3 subject to availability.

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.

For candidates commencing in Trimester 1
Year Trimester 1 Trimester 2 Trimester 3
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Notes:
Students may undertake units in Trimester 3 subject to availability.
For candidates commencing in Trimester 2
Year Trimester 1 Trimester 2 Trimester 3
1

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2

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Notes:
Students may undertake units in Trimester 3 subject to availability.