Bachelor of Sustainability

University of New England (UNE), Study In Australia


Why to study Bachelor of Sustainability at UNE?

Sustainability is a multidisciplinary field consisting of scientists, engineers, educators, social activists, and business professionals. These specialists use their diverse skills to promote their organization's development in a way that respects the natural environment. As governments around the world enact regulations to try and combat global climate change, companies must follow suit. A sustainable business plan can also speak to consumers, who increasingly demand ethical and environmentally conscious products and services.

The Bachelor of Sustainability at UNE provides a unique opportunity to develop skills and an understanding of sustainability in a holistic manner, integrating the social sciences and humanities with the environmental sciences and natural resource management.

Sustainability degrees can lead to work in engineering, science, and business positions. Graduates often secure roles as environmental, conservation, or atmospheric scientists, and students who pursue engineering training can help design sustainable buildings and infrastructure for future generations. With a degree in sustainable management, graduates may work as compliance officers, human resources administrators, and logisticians.

UNE has a long history of supporting social and economic well-being and environmental health right across Australia. This was recognised at the 2010 NSW Green Globe awards, where UNE received a 10 year sustainability certificate for its extensive accomplishments in resource management and education for sustainability.

You will study a diverse variety of subjects from a broad range of disciplines, together providing a unique focus on sustainability integrating environmental management, geography, law, psychology, social science, economics and policy studies. You can major in Environmental Resilience, Environmental Governance, Governance and Regulation, Community Engagement and Development or Cultural Heritage Management. Each degree has mandatory subjects and you can supplement these with your choice of electives, and you may also undertake work placements if you wish. Read on for more details!

Program Fee: Around $

Duration: 3 Years Full-time Up to 10 years Part-time

All prices, dates, and deadlines are subject to change.

Course Outcomes

Knowledge of a Discipline

The students will be able to demonstrate multidisciplinary knowledge of sustainability including its biophysical and socio-economic aspects, and the interrelationships between environmental and social issues.

Problem Solving

The students can exercise critical thinking and judgement to appreciate the causes of sustainability problems and demonstrate the capacity to develop effective, ethical and socially responsible solutions.

Independence and Collaboration

The students will be capable to adapt and apply knowledge and skills in sustainability in a wide range of contexts, whether working as part of a team or independently.

Communication Skills

The student will built the skill tocommunicate a current and critical knowledge of sustainability to a wide range of audiences in an appropriate and professional manner .

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