MAJ01108 Environmental Forensics
This major is the first of its kind in Australia. It combines the new study area of environmental forensics with law.
Students learn forensic methodology to identify environmental impacts of chemicals on ecosystems, policy and regulation processes, aquatic and terrestrial ecology, environmental management and protection, field and laboratory skills to assess environmental impacts and forensic skills to obtain scientific evidence that can withstand legal inquiry and proceedings.
Core study areas include law and science subjects. The flexibility of this major allows students to develop a science specialty.
|STM90739 Core disciplinary subjects (Environmental Biology)||36cp|
|79004 Environmental Law and Science||6cp|
|79023 Environmental Forensic Law||6cp|
|91309 Biodiversity Conservation||6cp|
|91155 Stream and Lake Assessment||6cp|
|CBK90577 Sub-major/Electives (Environmental Science)||24cp|
|91159 Environmental Forensics||6cp|
|65621 Environmental Chemistry||6cp|