Courses

  • The UNSW Ocean to Estuarine Ecosystems (BIOS3081) and Topics in Marine Biology and Ecology (MSCI5001) course explores environmental marine science by the practical application of theory.

  • The UNSW Physical Oceanography (MSCI3001) course examines the fundamentals of oceanography. It explains how the ocean works and interacts with other parts of climate systems.

  • The UNSW Flowering Plants (BIOS2051) course introduces the basics of plant biology with a strong emphasis on Australian native flora. This course is intended for second-year students who are interested in learning about plants.

  • The UNSW Plant Ecology (BIOS3061) course involves student-led discussions where you'll debate a range of current controversies spanning areas that range from plant-animal interactions to seedling ecology.

  • BIOS9231 Research Internship in Marine Terrestrial Conservation (12UoC) is a course taught over 2/two terms.  The course provides training in the basic skills required for conservation research, through internship within a research group in the School of Biological Earth and Environmental Sciences.  Enrolment is by School Consent, students can not self-enrol.

  • The UNSW Risks and Impacts of a Changing Climate (CLIM2002) course teaches the essentials of understanding and managing climate risk. This course demonstrates how climate risk may manifest as a challenge in a wide range of sectors.

  • The UNSW River Basin Ecosystem Management (BIOS6723) course is an intensive, 10-day field course focused on the management of one of the world’s most spectacular ecosystems – the Okavango Delta World Heritage site in Botswana.

  • The UNSW The Marine Environment (MSC10501) course explores aspects of both the physical and biological environments of the sea and their inter-relationships.

  • The UNSW The Science of Science Communication (BEES6800) course, teaches how to effectively communicate across a range of audiences about why science matters, how it works and its relevance in Australia and across the globe.

  • The UNSW Topics in Australian Marine Science (MSCI6681) course covers quantitative aspects of the physical and oceanographic environments of the sea. You'll explore the inter-relationships with plankton, fish and fisheries.

  • The UNSW Vertebrate Zoology (BIOS2061) course, examines the evolution, diversity and natural history of animals with a special emphasis on how they cope with Australia’s environment.