Master of Environmental Management (with specialisations) Articulated Set

includes:

Master of Environmental Management (with specialisations)
Graduate Diploma of Environmental Management (with specialisations) [Exit Point Only]
Graduate Certificate in Environmental Management (with specialisations) [Exit Point Only]

Awards

The course includes the following awards:

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Management (Conservation) GradCertEnvMgt(Cons)

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Management (Natural Resources) GradCertEnvMgt(NatRes)

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Management (Water Resources) GradCertEnvMgt(WaterRes)

Graduate Diploma of Environmental Management (Conservation) GradDipEnvMgt(Cons)

Graduate Diploma of Environmental Management (Natural Resources) GradDipEnvMgt(NatRes)

Graduate Diploma of Environmental Management (Water Resources) GradDipEnvMgt(WaterRes)

Master of Environmental Management (Conservation) MEnvMgt(Cons)

Master of Environmental Management (Natural Resources) MEnvMgt(NatRes)

Master of Environmental Management (Water Resources) MEnvMgt(WaterRes)

Availability

Master of Environmental Management (with specialisations) (4708EM)

Online - Albury-Wodonga

Availability is subject to change, please verify prior to enrolment.

Normal Course Duration

Master of Environmental Management (with specialisations)

Full-time: 1.5 years (or part-time equivalent)

Graduate Diploma of Environmental Management (with specialisations) [Exit Point Only]

Full-time: 1.0 year (or part-time equivalent)

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Management (with specialisations) [Exit Point Only]

Full-time: 0.5 years (or part-time equivalent)

Course duration is the effective time taken to complete a course when studied full-time (full-time equivalent duration). Students are advised to consult the Enrolment Pattern to determine length of study. Not all courses are offered in full-time mode.

Admission Criteria

CSU Admission Policy

Master of Environmental Management (with specialisations)

A completed Bachelor Degree (or Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) equivalent) in a relevant discipline related to the course profile from a recognised University or other tertiary education provider.
OR
A completed Honours degree in any field from a University or other tertiary education provider (or equivalent).
OR
Relevant industry or professional experience within the same industry as the course profile, of at least five years full time or equivalence, demonstrated by a detailed resume.
AND
STANDARD English Language Proficiency requirements.
Refer to http://futurestudents.csu.edu.au/apply/english-language for the specific requirements.

 

Credit

CSU Credit Policy

Master of Environmental Management (with specialisations)

Students who have completed the Graduate Diploma of Environmental Management will be eligible for 64 points of credit or who have completed the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Management will be eligible for 32 points or credit.

Graduate Diploma of Environmental Management (with specialisations) [Exit Point Only]

Students who have completed the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Management will be eligible for 32 points of credit.

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Management (with specialisations) [Exit Point Only]

No special arrangements apply.

Articulation

The Master, Graduate Diploma [Exit Point Only] and Graduate Certificate [Exit Point Only] make up an articulated set of courses and credit is given in each higher level course for the subjects completed in the lower.

Graduation Requirement

Master of Environmental Management (with specialisations)

To graduate students must satisfactorily complete 96 points.

Graduate Diploma of Environmental Management (with specialisations) [Exit Point Only]

To graduate students must satisfactorily complete 64 points.

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Management (with specialisations) [Exit Point Only]

To graduate students must satisfactorily complete 32 points.

Course Structure

Master of Environmental Management (with specialisations)
The course consists of 96 points for the Master degree. The first 32 points comprise the Graduate Certificate exit point and the first 64 points comprise the Graduate Diploma exit point. Subjects may be substituted with the approval of the Course Director.
Students will select one of the following specialisations.

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Management (Conservation) (exit point)
Students select 4 subjects (32 points) from the list below.

BIO401 River and Floodplain Ecology
BIO402 River Restoration and Protection
BIO416 Conservation Biology
BIO430 Avian Biology
BIO439 Behavioural Ecology
BIO461 Applied Ecological Conservation
BIO521 Restoration Ecology
ENM422 Environmental Impact Assessment and Auditing
ENM433 People in the Global Environment
GEO503 Climatology
LAW530 Environmental Law and Management
PKM562 Environmental Policy
SPA431 GIS 1: Geographic Information Science Foundations
SPA441 Remote Sensing 1: Image Data

Graduate Diploma of Environmental Management (Conservation) (exit point)
Students select 8 subjects (64 points) from the list below.
Note students wishing to exit with a Graduate Diploma can only have a maximum of 2 undergraduate subjects (i.e. subject code numbers 399 or lower) unless they have permission from the Course Director.

BIO312 Landscape Ecology
BIO326 Vegetation and Disturbance Management
BIO327 Wildlife Ecology and Management
BIO401 River and Floodplain Ecology
BIO402 River Restoration and Protection
BIO416 Conservation Biology
BIO430 Avian Biology
BIO439 Behavioural Ecology
BIO461 Applied Ecological Conservation
BIO521 Restoration Ecology
ENM308 The Challenge of Sustainable Development
ENM422 Environmental Impact Assessment and Auditing
ENM433 People in the Global Environment
GEO503 Climatology
LAW530 Environmental Law and Management
PKM307 Environmental Planning
PKM562 Environmental Policy
SCI302 International Practical Experience 2
SPA412 Integrated GIS/Remote Sensing
SPA414 Critical Review of GIS and Geocomputation
SPA431 GIS 1: Geographic Information Science Foundations
SPA432 GIS 2: Geographic Information Science Applications
SPA441 Remote Sensing 1: Image Data
SPA442 Remote Sensing 2: Image Processing and Analysis

Master of Environmental Management (Conservation)
In addition to the subjects completed for the Graduate Diploma students must complete an additional 4 subjects (32 points). Students may select subjects from the designated Graduate Diploma Subject Pool for their specialisation and from the capstone subjects listed below ensuring that at least one of the Masters subjects is from the capstone list.

Capstone List

ENM509 Managing Projects and Resources
ENM413 The Principles and Practice of Field Ecology
LAW530 Environmental Law and Management
PKM562 Environmental Policy

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Management (Natural Resources) (exit point)
Students select 4 subjects (32 points) from the list below.

AGR475 Sustainable Agriculture: Issues and Viewpoints
AGR512 Property and Catchment Planning
AHT404 Climate Change Impacts, Mitigation and Adaptation
BIO416 Conservation Biology
BIO461 Applied Ecological Conservation
BIO521 Restoration Ecology
ENM415 Environmental Management of Mine Sites and Contaminated Lands
ENM422 Environmental Impact Assessment and Auditing
ENM433 People in the Global Environment
ENM443 Resilience Thinking and Ecologically Sustainable Development
GEO503 Climatology
LAW530 Environmental Law and Management
PAD591 Public Sector Management
PKM562 Environmental Policy
PKM466 Culture and Heritage
PSC420 Water Policy and Management
SSC503 Rural Populations and Places
SPA431 GIS 1: Geographic Information Science Foundations
SPA441 Remote Sensing 1: Image Data

Graduate Diploma of Environmental Management (Natural Resources) (exit point)
Students select 8 subjects (64 points) from the list below.
Note students wishing to exit with a Graduate Diploma can only have a maximum of 2 undergraduate subjects (i.e. subject code numbers 399 or lower) unless they have permission from the Courses Director.

AGR304 Agricultural Ecology
AGR475 Sustainable Agriculture: Issues and Viewpoints
AGR512 Property and Catchment Planning
AHT404 Climate Change Impacts, Mitigation and Adaptation
BIO416 Conservation Biology
BIO461 Applied Ecological Conservation
BIO521 Restoration Ecology
ECO356 Environmental Economics
ENM308 The Challenge of Sustainable Development
ENM415 Environmental Management of Mine Sites and Contaminated Lands
ENM422 Environmental Impact Assessment and Auditing
ENM433 People in the Global Environment
ENM443 Resilience Thinking and Ecologically Sustainable Development
GEO503 Climatology
GEO305 Groundwater Hydrology and Management
GEO360 Community Engagement and Capacity Building
LAW530 Environmental Law and Management
PAD591 Public Sector Management
PKM307 Environmental Planning
PKM366 Site Survey Design
PKM397 Heritage Site Management
PKM398 Cultural Heritage Policies and Planning
PKM466 Culture and Heritage
PKM562 Environmental Policy
PSC420 Water Policy and Management
SCI302 International Practical Experience 2
SOC302 Environment and Society
SOC308 Community Analysis
SSC503 Rural Populations and Places
SPA412 Integrated GIS/Remote Sensing
SPA414 Critical Review of GIS and Geocomputation
SPA431 GIS 1: Geographic Information Science Foundations
SPA432 GIS 2: Geographic Information Science Applications
SPA441 Remote Sensing 1: Image Data
SPA442 Remote Sensing 2: Image Processing and Analysis

Master of Environmental Management (Natural Resources)
In addition to the subjects completed for the Graduate Diploma students must complete an additional 4 subjects (32 points). Students may select subjects from the designated Graduate Diploma Subject Pool for their specialisation and from the capstone subjects listed below ensuring that at least one of the Masters subjects is from the capstone list.

Capstone List

ENM509 Managing Projects and Resources
ENM413 The Principles and Practice of Field Ecology
LAW530 Environmental Law and Management
PKM562 Environmental Policy

Graduate Certificate in Environmental Management (Water Resources) (exit point)
Students select subjects (32 points) from the list below.

BIO416 Conservation Biology
BIO521 Restoration Ecology
BIO401 River and Floodplain Ecology
BIO402 River Restoration and Protection
ENM415 Environmental Management of Mine Sites and Contaminated Lands
ENM422 Environmental Impact Assessment and Auditing
ENM433 People in the Global Environment
GEO513 River Hydrology and Geomorphology
IRR400 Principles of Irrigation (Post Graduate)
LAW530 Environmental Law and Management
PKM562 Environmental Policy
PSC420 Water Policy and Management
SPA431 GIS 1: Geographic Information Science Foundations
SPA441 Remote Sensing 1: Image Data

Graduate Diploma of Environmental Management (Water Resources) (exit point)
Students select 8 subjects (64 points) from the list below. Note students wishing to exit with a graduate certificate level must choose no more than 2 undergraduate subjects (i.e. code numbers 399 or below) unless they have permission of the Courses Director.

BIO401 River and Floodplain Ecology
BIO402 River Restoration and Protection
BIO416 Conservation Biology
BIO521 Restoration Ecology
ECO356 Environmental Economics
ENM415 Environmental Management of Mine Sites and Contaminated Lands
ENM422 Environmental Impact Assessment and Auditing
ENM433 People in the Global Environment
GEO305 Groundwater Hydrology and Management
GEO360 Community Engagement and Capacity Building
GEO513 River Hydrology and Geomorphology
LAW530 Environmental Law and Management
IRR400 Principles of Irrigation (Post Graduate)
PKM562 Environmental Policy
PSC420 Water Policy and Management
SCI302 International Practical Experience 2
SPA412 Integrated GIS/Remote Sensing
SPA414 Critical Review of GIS and Geocomputation
SPA431 GIS 1: Geographic Information Science Foundations
SPA432 GIS 2: Geographic Information Science Applications
SPA441 Remote Sensing 1: Image Data
SPA442 Remote Sensing 2: Image Processing and Analysis

Master of Environmental Management (Water Resources). In addition to the subjects completed for the Graduate Diploma students must complete an additional 4 subjects (32 points). Students may select subjects from the designated Graduate Diploma Subject Pool for their specialisation and from the capstone subjects listed below ensuring that at least one of the Masters subjects is from the capstone list.

Capstone List

ENM509 Managing Projects and Resources
LAW530 Environmental Law and Management
PKM562 Environmental Policy

Enrolment Pattern

Part-time

Conservation Specialisation

Students select from the following subject list:

Subjects offered in Session 30
BIO312 Landscape Ecology
BIO326 Vegetation and Disturbance Management
BIO401 River and Floodplain Ecology
BIO416 Conservation Biology
BIO430 Avian Biology
BIO461 Applied Ecological Conservation
ENM308 The Challenge of Sustainable Development
ENM433 People in the Global Environment
PKM307 Environmental Planning
PKM562 Environmental Policy
SCI302 International Practical Experience 2
SPA414 Critical Review of GIS and Geocomputation
SPA431 GIS 1: Geographic Information Science Foundations
SPA441 Remote Sensing 1: Image Data

Subjects offered in Session 60
BIO327 Wildlife Ecology and Management
BIO402 River Restoration and Protection
BIO439 Behavioural Ecology
BIO521 Restoration Ecology
ENM422 Environmental Impact Assessment and Auditing
GEO503 Climatology
LAW530 Environmental Law and Management
SCI302 International Practical Experience 2
SPA412 Integrated GIS/Remote Sensing
SPA432 GIS 2: Geographic Information Science Applications
SPA442 Remote Sensing 2: Image Processing and Analysis

Subjects offered in Session 90
It is optional for students to undertake studies in this semester. The School offers a limited number of subjects.

Students may opt to exit after completion of 32 subject points with the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Management (Conservation) qualification.
Students may opt to exit after completion of 64 subject points with the Graduate Diploma of Environmental Management (Conservation) qualification.

Additional enrolment for Masters qualification
Complete 4 subjects (32 points) selected from the Graduate Diploma Subject Pool or from the capstone list.

Session 30
Elective (selected from the subject pool) or capstone subject
Elective (selected from the subject pool) or capstone subject

Session 60
Elective (selected from the subject pool) or capstone subject
Elective (selected from the subject pool) or capstone subject

Natural Resources Specialisation

Students select from the following subject list:

Subjects offered in Session 30
AGR304 Agricultural Ecology
AGR475 Sustainable Agriculture: Issues and Viewpoints
AGR512 Property and Catchment Planning
BIO416 Conservation Biology
BIO461 Applied Ecological Conservation
ECO356 Environmental Economics
ENM308 The Challenge of Sustainable Development
ENM415 Environmental Management of Mine Sites and Contaminated Lands
ENM433 People in the Global Environment
PKM307 Environmental Planning
PKM397 Heritage Site Management
PKM562 Environmental Policy
SCI302 International Practical Experience 2
SOC308 Community Analysis
SPA414 Critical Review of GIS and Geocomputation
SPA431 GIS 1: Geographic Information Science Foundations
SPA441 Remote Sensing 1: Image Data

Subjects offered in Session 60
AHT404 Climate Change Impacts, Mitigation and Adaptation
BIO521 Restoration Ecology
ENM422 Environmental Impact Assessment and Auditing
ENM443 Resilience Thinking and Ecologically Sustainable Development
GEO360 Community Engagement and Capacity Building
GEO305 Groundwater Hydrology and Management
GEO503 Climatology
LAW530 Environmental Law and Management
PAD591 Public Sector Management
PKM398 Cultural Heritage Policies and Planning
PKM466 Culture and Heritage
PSC420 Water Policy and Management
SCI302 International Practical Experience 2
SPA412 Integrated GIS/Remote Sensing
SPA432 GIS 2: Geographic Information Science Applications
SPA442 Remote Sensing 2: Image Processing and Analysis
SSC503 Rural Populations and Places

Subjects offered in Session 90
It is optional for students to undertake studies in this semester. The school offers a limited number of subjects.

Students may opt to exit after completion of 32 subject points with the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Management (Natural Resources) qualification.
Students may opt to exit after completion of 64 subject points with the Graduate Diploma of Environmental Management (Natural Resources) qualification.

Additional enrolment for Masters qualification
Complete 4 subjects (32 points) selected from the Graduate Diploma Subject Pool or from the capstone list.

Session 30
Elective (selected from the subject pool) or capstone subject
Elective (selected from the subject pool) or capstone subject

Session 60
Elective (selected from the subject pool) or capstone subject
Elective (selected from the subject pool) or capstone subject


Water Resources Specialisation

Students select from the following subject list:

Subjects offered in Session 30
BIO401 River and Floodplain Ecology
ECO356 Environmental Economics
ENM415 Environmental Management of Mine Sites and Contaminated Lands
ENM433 People in the Global Environment
GEO513 River Hydrology and Geomorphology
PKM562 Environmental Policy
SCI302 International Practical Experience 2
SPA414 Critical Review of GIS and Geocomputation
SPA431 GIS 1: Geographic Information Science Foundations
SPA441 Remote Sensing 1: Image Data

Subjects offered in Session 60
BIO402 River Restoration and Protection
BIO521 Restoration Ecology
ENM422 Environmental Impact Assessment and Auditing
GEO305 Groundwater Hydrology and Management
GEO360 Community Engagement and Capacity Building
IRR400 Principles of Irrigation
LAW530 Environmental Law and Management
PSC420 Water Policy and Management
SCI302 International Practical Experience 2
SPA412 Integrated GIS/Remote Sensing
SPA432 GIS 2: Geographic Information Science Applications
SPA442 Remote Sensing 2: Image Processing and Analysis

Subjects offered in Session 90
It is optional for students to undertake studies in this semester. The School offers a limited number of subjects.

Students may opt to exit after completion of 32 subject points with the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Management (Water Resources) qualification.
Students may opt to exit after completion of 64 subject points with the Graduate Diploma of Environmental Management (Water Resources) qualification.

Additional enrolment for Masters qualification
Complete 4 subjects (32 points) selected from the Graduate Diploma Subject Pool or from the capstone list.

Session 30
Elective (selected from the subject pool) or capstone subject
Elective (selected from the subject pool)

Session 60
Elective (selected from the subject pool) or capstone subject
Elective (selected from the subject pool) or capstone subject

Residential School

Please note that the following subjects may contain a Residential School component. Further details of Residential School requirements are located via the subject page

AGR304 Agricultural Ecology
BIO326 Vegetation and Disturbance Management
BIO327 Wildlife Ecology and Management
BIO401 River and Floodplain Ecology
BIO402 River Restoration and Protection
IRR400 Principles of Irrigation
PKM366 Site Survey Design
PKM397 Heritage Site Management
PKM398 Cultural Heritage Policies and Planning
PKM466 Culture and Heritage
PSC420 Water Policy and Management

Enrolled students can find further information about CSU Residential Schools via at About Residential School

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The information contained in the CSU Handbook was accurate at the date of publication: September 2019. The University reserves the right to vary the information at any time without notice.

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