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We’re focused on protecting the planet and creating sustainable solutions for an expanding global population
Studying environment, planning or architecture at Griffith, you'll learn in and out of the classroom. Our cutting-edge urban and environmental research informs our degrees, giving you a richer learning experience.
Study environment, planning and architecture at Griffith
Gain the skills and insight to conquer urban and environmental challenges.
Griffith was the first university in Australia to offer a degree in environmental science, which was revolutionary at the time—today it’s more important than ever. As a Griffith student, you’ll learn from some of Australia’s leading environmental scientists.
Ranked in the world’s top 100
In the prestigious QS World University Rankings by Subject, Griffith is ranked in the world's top 2% for architecture and built environment.
Learn outside the classroom
At Griffith we offer a range of flexible and innovative programs that get you out of the classroom. Depending on what you study, you could find yourself studying wildlife in Nepal or alpine plants in the Australian Alps. You'll also have the chance to complete an industry project, which will integrate you into the workplace.
Our environment, planning and architecture degrees span a range of careers. Depending on your degree, you may find opportunities in resource management, marine parks, urban planning and design, environmental conservation, ecotourism, architecture, research or construction.
Griffith environmental science graduate
November 23, 2016
Griffith takes on civil engineering for the 21st Century
Monday 27 February — Friday 26 May
From 2017, we’ll be teaching across three trimesters, rather than two semesters, with our first trimester kicking off on Monday 27 February.
Monday 3 July — Friday 22 September
Our second teaching trimester for 2017 runs from Monday 3 July to Friday 22 September.