Bachelor of Environmental Policy and Management (BEnvPolicyMgt)

Program Code

BENVS

Academic Year

2020

Program Faculty

Faculty of Arts

Special Notes

These Program Rules should be read in conjunction with the University's policies (http://www.adelaide.edu.au/policies).

Overview

This program examines environmental change and its effect on altering the world in which we live; its cities and suburbs, regional and rural landscapes, its natural heritage and biodiversity, and its significant political and economic implications. Students will learn about the causes of environmental change and develop strategies, policy, and planning skills to effectively manage environmental issues at local, national and global levels. Areas covered include climate change, managing our coasts and rivers, environmental management, population and migration, urban processes, biodiversity, conservation and sustainable development. Students will also have the opportunity to take part in an internship with an external organisation related to the environment in their final year of study.

The Bachelor of Environmental Policy and Management is an AQF Level 7 qualification with a standard full-time duration of 3 years.

Conditions

Condition of enrolment
Interruption of program: Students must apply for permission from the Program Coordinator before taking a Leave of Absence. Any extension of the leave without approval will result in the loss of place in the program but an application may be made to be re-admitted to the program subject to the admission procedures in place at the time.

Academic Program Rules for Bachelor of Environmental Policy and Management

There shall be a Bachelor of Environmental Policy and Management .

Qualification Requirements
Academic Program: 

To qualify for the degree of Bachelor of Environmental Policy and Management, the student must complete satisfactorily a program of study consisting of the following requirements with a combined total of not less than 72 units, comprising:
1. Level I courses not exceeding 24 units
2. Core courses to the value of 27 units, including ARTS 1007 The Enquiring Mind or ARTS 1007OL The Enquiring Mind
3. At least one minor to the value of 18 units from the following:

  • Anthropology
  • Art History and Visual Culture
  • Chinese Studies
  • Classics
  • Creative Writing
  • Criminology
  • English
  • French Studies
  • Gender Studies
  • German Studies
  • History
  • Indigenous Knowledges and Society
  • Indonesian Studies
  • International Development
  • Italian Studies
  • Japanese Studies
  • Linguistics
  • Modern Greek Studies
  • Music
  • Philosophy
  • Politics and International Studies
  • Psychology
  • Sociology
  • Spanish Studies

4. Closed Electives to the value of 12 units
5. Electives to the value of 15 units
or
6. If studying a Minor in Psychology, Elective courses to the value of 12 unit in lieu of the courses required in (5).

Core Courses

To satisfy the requirements for Core Courses students must complete courses to the value of 27 units.

All of the following courses must be completed:

Subject / Catalogue Course Title Unit Value
ARTS 1007 The Enquiring Mind 3

or

All of the following courses must be completed:

Subject / Catalogue Course Title Unit Value
ARTS 1007OL The Enquiring Mind 3

and

All of the following courses must be completed:

Subject / Catalogue Course Title Unit Value
GEOG 1101 Geographies of Globalisation 3
GEOG 1102 Physical Geography and human environmental impacts 3
GEOG 1103 Economy, Environment and Place 3
GEOG 1104 Intro to Geography, Environment & Population 3
GEOG 2139 Environmental Management 3
GEOG 2201 Cities and Sustainability 3
GEOG 3030 Environmental Policy and Management 6