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Warming global temperatures are impacting our lives like never before. Immediate action is needed to reduce climate change risks, harness resources, enable cross-community collaboration and deliver best practice sustainable development.
The Bachelor of Climate Science and Adaptation will allow you to turn your passion into practice by providing you with tools to tackle global climate challenges. You will learn to identify and assess the impacts of climate change, develop goals and actions to minimise the risk of these impacts, and establish a process to implement a climate change adaptation plan.
As part of this degree, there is a strong focus on fieldwork and practical laboratory work, and you will have the opportunity to use cutting-edge equipment found in the workplace. Through elective pathways, students can tailor their program to meet their career aspirations.
Climate change and resource management, climate and energy, earth processes, environmental sustainability, human geography, river basin processes, spatial science, statistics, sustainable energy.
Air quality control, climate action and resilience, climate change operations and policy, climatology, ecology, energy and resources, environmental impact and assessment, meteorology.
The Bachelor of Climate Science and Adaptation degree offers additional work- and research- integrated learning, as you will apply your studies to complete a major transdisciplinary capstone project in your third year.
Available as an additional year (or part time equivalent) to meritorious students.
Assumed knowledge: Mathematics Standard or higher.
Recommended studies: Biology, Chemistry, Earth and Environmental Science or Physics.
If you have completed, or partially completed, higher education studies your grade point average can be converted to a selection rank to be used for admission purposes.
If you studied vocational education and training, the type of qualification, whether or not you completed it, and if it was graded or competency-based, will all be taken into consideration to assess your eligibility for admission.
If you haven't completed any formal secondary, VET or higher education studies we offer a range of options to get you on the pathway to your dream degree.
If you have already successfully undertaken relevant study at another higher education institution or from the TAFE/VET sector, you may be granted credit on enrolment in a program. This is in addition to using that study to help determine your rank and eligibility to enter a program at the University of Newcastle.
View all details of this course on the UON website.
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Applicants should note that under the revised Australian Qualifications Framework some programs are four-year programs available with direct entry. Other programs are three-year Bachelor degree programs. Meritorious students have the option to apply for an additional one-year end-on component after graduation. Check the course descriptions carefully.