Agriculture, environment and sustainability
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Why study agriculture, environment and sustainability at Curtin?
Learn to conserve and manage our environment in the face of climate change by selecting streams in wildlife biology, restoration, genetics, or environmental chemistry, or study for a career in agribusiness to contribute to sustainably producing food and fibre for the future.
Address concerns in food security, farming systems and climate change with Western Australia’s only Bachelor of Agribusiness course.
Work with industry professionals and global scientists to gain practical skills and expert knowledge.
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Applications close 19 December 2022
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Environmental health is a field with real employment opportunities within both government and private organisations and it’s a fantastic starting point for a career in public health. The practical skills and knowledge that this course has given me has made the transition from student life to full-time employment easy.
Many of our courses are recognised by respected professional accreditation bodies, that allow you to gain accreditation when you graduate.
Graduates are eligible to apply for membership of the Australian Institute of Agricultural Science and Technology.
Coastal and Marine Science
Graduates are eligible for membership of the Australian Marine Sciences Association.
Hear from our graduates
Curtin graduate Sam Payet has always loved the ocean. Now he gets to make his weekend passion, his scientific career.
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