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Study Earth’s peoples, places and environments. Position yourself at the heart of the biggest social, environmental and economic challenges we face today, including urban studies, natural hazards, climate change, development studies and rivers and soils. Learn to understand the world as an integrated whole and use a powerful mix of geographical and interdisciplinary skills to respond to many problems.

Career outcomes

Our graduates have pursued careers in:

  • sustainability
  • tourism management
  • education and teaching
  • mapping and surveying
  • public policy and analysis
  • social services and welfare
  • climatology and meteorology
  • international development and aid
  • project consulting and management
  • coastal, marine and hydrographic analysis
  • public safety, defence and national security
  • land, real estate, and property development
  • local, community and regional development
  • conservation, heritage and land management
  • natural resource management and agriculture
  • environmental and social impact assessment
  • environmental monitoring and management
  • hazard assessment, mitigation and disaster management
  • planning (urban, regional, environmental, social and transport)

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