With the majority of the global population now living in urban areas, urban management, sustainability and climate change have become fundamental areas of concern worldwide. To progress in these fields, professionals working within both natural and man-made environments must possess comprehensive skills in subjects such as economics, entrepreneurship, development, policy, science and technology and sustainable practices.
What you will study on this course
Bond University’s Master of Sustainable Environments and Planning (Professional) focusses specifically on environmental management, in addition to urban design and planning. Our environmental management component provides students with in-depth knowledge of environmental management, including numerous opportunities for field-work. All course content is globally focussed, providing qualifications which are recognised and valued worldwide.
To complete a Master of Sustainable Environments and Planning qualification, students must successfully complete a diverse range of modules, which includes:
- Economics of Sustainable Development
- Environmental Management and Climate Change
- Environmental Science Fieldwork
- Planning and Assessment Processes
- Professional Portfolio
- Research Project
- Sustainable Communities
In the final semester of the programme, those who wish to further their knowledge of this discipline may apply for a postgraduate industry internship, which includes the option of involvement in a client-based environmental management capstone project or research dissertation.