When we introduced the first Environmental science degree in Australia, it was revolutionary – today it is more important than ever. As we strive towards creating a sustainable society where economic, social and environmental impacts are equally valued the importance of environmental science cannot be underestimated.
Our program gives you an integrated understanding how the various sciences and the environment are related, and how to use this knowledge to solve and manage today and tomorrow’s environmental challenges.
Sustainability is in our DNA
By studying environmental science with us you will be able to make a difference to the environmental challenges of the 21st century. With our world-class teachers, facilities and cutting edge research; where better to start your environmental science career.
From the management of coastal dunes through to working with mining companies to rehabilitate mine sites, we strive to not only understanding the science but how solutions need to integrated and supported by industry and the community.
Depending on your specialisation you will be eligible for membership of the following professional groups:
What can I study?
- Aquatic ecosystems
- Environmental science
- Environmental sustainability
- Marine biology
- Wildlife biology
Broadcaster, author and "self-confessed science geek" Adam Spencer will be the keynote speaker at Griffith University's Cutting Edge Science event on December 1-2
The Griffith Centre for Coastal Management and its Director, Professor Rodger Tomlinson, have been acknowledged in a major award for sustained collaboration between higher education and business
The School of Environment's Professor Ralf Buckley and Ms Cassie Wardle have been instrumental in the release of what may be the world's largest study of environmental and visitor management in any nation's parks system