Students who complete the Graduate Diploma in Environment will have:
- Knowledge to undertake professional practice in environment or sustainability, including: Specialised knowledge in an environmental discipline or field of practice; Knowledge of the cross-disciplinary nature of environmental issues and professional practice to promote sustainable futures
- Skills for collaborative and creative problem solving in environmental practice, including: Ability to critically analyse and synthesise environmental knowledge; Ability to envision environmental change and propose pathways to realise this change; Ability to communicate complex environmental knowledge effectively to a range of audiences; Ability to work effectively in cross-disciplinary teams; Technical skills for professional practice in field of specialisation
- Demonstrated capacity to exercise well developed judgement, adaptability and responsibility as a practitioner in an environmental discipline or professional field.
The Graduate Diploma in Environment is a flexible, multidisciplinary degree that enables students to develop knowledge for professional practice in environment or sustainability.
Depending on their academic background, interests and career aspirations students can choose from over 200 subjects taught by nine different faculties. The degree is 100 points (equivalent to eight subjects or a year full-time study) comprising one core subject – Sustainability Governance and Leadership and 87.5 points of subjects selected from the approved subject list in consultation with an academic advisor.