Ranked 250 in the world for Environmental Studies
(QS World University Ranking by Subject 2019)
As we understand more about the challenges facing our planet, environmental careers will continue to gain importance.
Go beyond past mindsets and understand how human activities interact with and modify environments. Learn how to address the challenges we face now and in the future.
Awarded five stars in sciences for learner engagement, learning resources, overall experience, skills development, student support, and median salary*, Flinders University can start you on your path to an exciting and meaningful career.
*(QILT Student Experience Survey 2018, public SA-founded universities only)
Combines study of environmental science with understanding about the political and developmental dimensions to global environmental challenges.
Examine and understand the components of the earth system: atmosphere, biosphere, hydrosphere and geosphere. Gain a broad spectrum of knowledge for a range of career opportunities.
You’ll work with industry and government at a national and international level to improve environmental outcomes.
Learn to analyse data to identify patterns and trends in environmental conditions.
Flinders alumni, Professor Tao, completed his bachelor's and master's degrees at the age of 16, completed his PhD at Princeton in the US, became UCLA’s youngest-ever full professor at the age of 24 and the youngest-ever winner of the Fields Medal (mathematics’ equivalent of a Nobel Prize) at age 31.
Terence Tao, Mathematician
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