Sustainable Resource Management
Explore the interface between humans and the environment, the interactions and relations between them, what contributes to our many environmental problems, and how these problems can be solved.
With the Sustainable Resource Management major, you’ll study environmental science concepts and conservation principles, while monitoring, measuring and assessing environmental variables to understand how life on Earth is sustained.
You’ll also learn how to develop resource management plans and programs, engage community in environmental decision-making, and design and facilitate environmental education workshops which will prepare you for professional employment.
Sustainable Resource Management is a 80 unit major, specific courses can be found in the program handbook.
The Sustainable Resource Management major within the Bachelor of Science is only available at our Central Coast (Ourimbah) campus.