- Code ENVS3010
- Unit Value 6 to 12 units
- Offered by Fenner School of Environment and Society
- ANU College ANU Joint Colleges of Science
- Course subject Environmental Science
- Areas of interest Earth and Marine Sciences, Forestry, Geography, Human Ecology, Interdisciplinary Studies - Sustainability More...
- Academic career UGRD
- Mode of delivery In Person
- Co-taught Course
This course is currently not being offered.
This is a research-intensive course in which students undertake a self-directed research project under the guidance of a supervisor. It comprises a series of seminars on planning and conducting research, and on academic skills development. The majority of time is spent developing and implementing a research plan under the supervision of an academic member of staff.
Upon successful completion, students will have the knowledge and skills to:
On satisfying the requirements of this course, students will have the knowledge and skills to:
1. explain basic research theory and practice as it applies to topics related to environment and society
2. conduct independent research on a supervised topic, and present research contexts, methodologies and findings clearly and effectively both orally and in writing
3. engage in ethically-sound and professional research on topics related to environment and society
Other InformationAdmission to this course is at the discretion of the Associate Director Education, Fenner School, subject to the availability of a suitable supervisor. Admission may be restricted to prospective Honours students. Admission of non-Science students requires the approval of an appropriate College Authority. Other than in exceptional cases, admission to this course requires the completion of at least 30 units at 2000/3000 level, with Credit average performance in 2000 and 3000 level courses in the School, and Distinction level performance in courses related to the proposed research project. Incompatible with SRES3010.
- Research plan (10%; LO 1)
- Final seminar presentation (10%; LO 1-3)
- 5000 word paper on research topic (80%; LO 1-3)
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Students are expected to devote at least ten hours a week to seminars and their research topic.
Requisite and Incompatibility
You will need to contact the Fenner School of Environment and Society to request a permission code to enrol in this course.
To be advised.
Assumed KnowledgeENVS1003 or equivalent; ENVS2014 or equivalent for social sciences topics; ENVS2009 or equivalent for environmental sciences topics
Areas of Interest
- Earth and Marine Sciences
- Human Ecology
- Interdisciplinary Studies - Sustainability
- Resource Management and Environmental Science
- Environmental Studies
- Human Sciences
- Policy Studies
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- Unit value:
- 6 to 12 units
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