Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Master of Earth and Environmental Sciences is for students who wish to extend their knowledge and diversify their skill base within a range of sub-disciplines of the Earth and Environmental Sciences, and in particular, Environmental Science, Geology and Physical Geography.
The Master of Earth and Environmental Sciences requires the successful completion of 96 credit points of subjects as specified below.To progress to Year 2 students must achieve a Weighted Average Mark (WAM) ≥ 70% AND ≥ 70% in the discipline-based subjects (GEOS). If students have a WAM
- Environmental Science, Geology and Physical Geography.
Standard entry requirements
A bachelor degree that includes foundational subjects relevant to this degree or equivalent.
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