Bachelor of Environments (Honours) Landscape Management

Major/Minor/Specialisation !BH-ENVS-SPC+1000 (2016)

Note: This is an archived Handbook entry from 2016.

Year and Campus: 2016


A/Prof Chris Walsh



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Students will undertake subjects in research methods, and a major independent research project. They will develop a deep understanding of the area of investigation as well as research training. In addition, students will take an additional subject selected from options dealing with social and biophysical aspects of landscape management. This will further advance their understanding of landscape management.

Learning Outcomes:

• To provide students with the methods needed to carry out an effective research program
• To ensure students understand what is required to review critically a scholarly body of literature in landscape management
• To ensure students gain the skills needed to communicate their research intentions and results
• To ensure students gain some grounding in the history, philosophy or scope of the discipline of landscape management

Structure & Available Subjects:

The program is comprised of a 75 point research subject (a combination of 2 subjects worth 25 + 50 points; or 2 x 37.5 points), a 12.5 point research methods subject and a 12.5 point elective in Landscape Management.

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Core subjects

Students are required to complete a 75-point core research project be enrolling in:

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Selective coursework subjects

Students must undertake one of the following Statistics subject:

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Elective coursework subjects

Students must complete one of the following:

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Not offered in 2016
Related Course(s): Bachelor of Environments (Degree with Honours)

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