When you undertake a Bachelor of Coastal and Marine Science at UON you will build up your experience through practical activities in a range of marine habitats where you will learn to collect, analyse and present information appropriate for your career. The Bachelor of Coastal and Marine Science allows you to tailor your program to your interests through a wide range of minors while obtaining the core skill for a career relating to coastal and marine environments. This program will help you increase your employability by complimenting traditional science learning in marine and coastal environmental studies with a number of study areas, such as animal biology, education studies, social science and environmental regulation. While undertaking your degree you will have access to boats and field equipment plus a dedicated marine science lab used for undergraduate and postgraduate research activities. If you have an interest in learning about marine environments, their ecosystems and natural processes this is the degree for you.
School of Environmental and Life Sciences
coastal environments including sandy beaches, estuaries, rocky shores, and coral reefs; coastal processes including ocean waves, tides, and currents; coastal hazards including wave overwash and tsunami; climate change impacts on coasts; geographic information systems (GIS); field experiments; numerical modelling
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