Are you ready to start getting the experience and skills to work anywhere you choose in the global maritime industry? Apply now and take the first step towards your ticket to the world!
* Part-time study is not available to international students on a student visa studying in Australia.
This is a vibrant and contemporary undergraduate degree that develops specialist skills and knowledge in the following major disciplines:
The flexible degree structure of this course means that students can gain broad exposure across natural and biological sciences, economics, management, social science, policy and law. This applied science degree leads to a variety of career pathways specific to marine-related research, sustainable resource use and environmental management.
Students gain hands-on experience in field research techniques and laboratory methods, together with opportunities to undertake work placement in industry, government and non-government organisations relevant to their chosen major. The degree has a backbone of eight core units supporting the choice of one of three disciplinary majors. These core units provide a strong foundation to understand the natural science of the marine environment.
Prospective students must meet AMC/UTAS general entry requirements (http://www.studentcentre.utas.edu.au/admissions/).
Mathematics Applied, English and a science subject are also required (though applicants with relevant experience will be considered).
An alternative pathway to the Bachelor of Applied Science (Marine Environment) is to complete the Associate Degree of Applied Science (Marine Environment).
Honous, Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma, Masters, PhD
This degree is accredited by the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology (IMarEST), with graduates recognised as meeting the academic base requirement (in part) for registration as a chartered scientist and chartered marine scientist, and (in full) for registration as a registered marine scientist.
Graduates can pursue exciting scientific and technical careers in fields such as wild capture fisheries, aquaculture technology, marine tourism, environmental management and conservation, biosecurity and marine science, policy and research. Career opportunities exist across local, national and international organisations, with graduates securing diverse roles within private companies, at all levels of government, and within non-government organisations (NGOs).
Launceston campus, Tasmania, Australia
To view the variety of scholarships available through AMC & UTAS, please visit the AMC Scholarships page.
Australian & New Zealand students - please visit the AMC Online Application page for details on how to apply. Alternatively, you can apply through your states’ Tertiary Admissions Centres.
International Students – please visit the UTAS International Students Apply for Admission page.
Visit the Course Details page on the UTAS Website by clicking HERE
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