School of Environment
For further information please contact the School of Environment
- T: (08) 8946 6781
- F: (08) 8946 6847
Students will explore the wider significance of human impacts on the environment and undertake specialisations and units that focus on such areas.
Charles Darwin University specialises in Indigenous knowledge, and tropical and desert knowledge of the Australian and Asia-Pacific region.
Undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Environmental Science offer students unique opportunities to engage in field work in the region.
For High Schools
Charles Darwin University's Faculty of Engineering, Health, Science and the Environment (EHSE) proudly supports the learning of NT Secondary Students by ensuring they have the same learning opportunities as their fellow southern students.
Graduate Certificate in Spatial Science
Spatial science is an integrative approach to the science and technologies used for measuring and mapping the world around us.
Geospatial technologies are advancing rapidly and there is an ever increasing demand for graduates with the capacity to collect, visualise, analyse and communicate spatial information. This can be using new and developing technologies such as remotely piloted aircraft.
Further information: CDU Course Catalogue: Graduate Certificate in Spatial Science
Download the Graduate Certificate in Spatial Science brochure (2.8MB)
Bachelor of Science Honours
The Honours course provides an opportunity for students to study a particular area in depth and gain experience in project management.
The course trains students in reserach techniques and principles, develops advanced information acquisition, analysis and problem solving skills, and develops skills to effectively communicate research results in written and oral formats.
During the research project, the students are mentored and advised by experts in the relevant discipline.
Head to the Honours Students page for more information or contact the course coordinator.
Download the Bachelor of Science Honours Brochure (1.9MB)
Master of Environmental Management
This course provides postgraduate education for existing and future professionals on the backgrounds, principles and practices of environmental management, particularly in the context of wet-dry and semi-arid tropical ecosystems and arid landscapes.
The generic skills concepts and applications covered in this course are highly relevant to those working in other ecosystems.
Download the Master of Environmental Management Brochure (2.9MB)
Further information- CDU Course Catalogue: Master of Environmental Management
For further information please contact the School of Environment and ask to speak to the course coordinator.
T: 08 8946 6781