The Bachelor of Environment and Sustainability (Honours) requires completion of 48 units, which must consist of:
48 units from completion of the Environment Honours specialisation
An AQF Level 7 Bachelor of Environment and Sustainability degree or equivalent, completed within the last two years:
with a weighted average mark equivalent to an ANU 70 per cent calculated from the 36 units (i.e. 0.75 EFTSL) of courses in the discipline cognate to the honours specialisation, excluding 1000-level courses (i.e. introductory undergraduate courses), with the highest marks.
and the satisfaction of any further requirements specified in the relevant Honours specialisation
Anthropology, Asia Pacific Studies, Biodiversity, Biology, Climate Change, Conservation Biology, Development Studies, Earth Science, Ecology, Environmental Policy, Environmental Science, Environmental Studies, Forestry, Geography, Human Ecology, Indigenous Australian Studies, International Relations, Natural Resource Management, Policy Studies, Population Studies, Public Health, Resource Management and Environmental Science, Science Communication, Sociology, Soil Science, Sustainability Science, Sustainable Development, Urban Planning, Water Science
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The Bachelor of Environment and Sustainability (Honours) degree builds on the Bachelor of Environment and Sustainability with the Environment Honours specialisation, reflecting ANU national and international leadership in research in this field. You will design and implement a unique research project on a topic relevant to environment and sustainability, preparing you for professional life or for a higher degree by research through the development of advanced knowledge of the research principles and methods and theoretical concepts of your discipline. Your research will provide new understandings of or solutions to complex problems; and you will develop skills valued by employers, including holistic thinking and evidence-based decision making.
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Upon successful completion, students will have the skills and knowledge to:
Plan and engage in an independent and sustained critical investigation and evaluation of a chosen research topic relevant to environment and sustainability to generate new knowledge.
Systematically identify and evaluate relevant theory and concepts, relate these to appropriate methodologies and evidence, and draw appropriate original conclusions.
Engage in systematic discovery and critical review of appropriate and relevant information sources.
If relevant, demonstrate sufficient mastery to understand, evaluate, and appropriately apply techniques and methods to collect original research data and/or develop new techniques and methods to collect original research data.
Analyse and interpret research data with appropriate statistical or other evaluative processes to generate new knowledge.
Understand and appropriately apply ethical standards of conduct in the collection, evaluation, analysis, and interpretation of data and other resources.
Communicate and justify complex research concepts, methods, results, contexts, and implications clearly and effectively both in writing and orally to a variety of audiences.
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