These items are optional and you can choose them as you wish after applying for the course.
The Master of Marine Conservation focuses on finding solutions to complex issues that characterise the management and conservation of the marine environment.
The number and size of marine protected areas (MPAs) are increasing in response to intensifying pressures on our oceans and the need to provide more robust guardianship of marine ecosystems.
Protected by law, MPAs require skilled scientists and environmental managers from diverse backgrounds to advocate for, design, monitor and protect them.
The MMarineCons is developed and taught in partnership with Conservation International (CI) and provides essential skills for people looking for careers in MPA research and management, and marine conservation more generally.
If you are already working in this exciting field, or you want make an impact in the marine conservation world, the MMarineCons will give you the opportunity to upskill, improve knowledge, and gain research experience.
The programme also provides learning and hands-on experience in policy and strategic management and will benefit graduates from other disciplines wanting to work in this field.
This programme is primarily taught at the city campus with some classes and courses taught at the Leigh Marine Laboratory.
The MMarineCons is a 180 point research or taught masters programme that can be completed over three semesters full-time, with part-time options available.
This programme includes a mixture of core courses and elective courses on topics related to marine conservation such as marine ecology and biology, conservation biology, environmental science, social science, environmental management and policy.
|Cost of living||1 person||$9,804|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$11,970|
Taught 180 points:
You must have completed either:
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