As part of the Faculty of Science and Technology, the School of Life and Environmental Sciences, is ambitious in its scope, encompassing a wide range of disciplines from biomedical science to environmental management. These two fields are at the ends of a continuum which has at its central point the biology of living organisms.
The school is aiming to be Australia's best school of life and environment, known for outstanding teaching and research at the cutting edge of the interface between the physical, biological and environmental sciences.
They offers these areas of study.
- Biological Science
- Biomedical Science
- Environmental Management
- Freshwater Biology and Management
- Marine Biology
- Wildlife and Conservation Biology
- Forensic Science
The courses offered have been designed based upon prospective student interest and employer feedback to provide exciting and enjoyable learning experiences and marketable professional skills. They are delivered by a team of highly qualified and experienced Staff, many of whom have been rewarded with University, national and international prizes for their excellence in teaching and research.
This breadth of activity means that the Undergraduate and Postgraduate Courses are able to cover a wide range of exciting and novel areas.