Learn about the vast diversity of plants, animals and microbes that inhabit the world and their interactions with their environment.
Humans are using more and more of the earth's natural resources and putting it under increasing pressure. Learn the science behind these environmental problems, and find out how to look for solutions to make sure the planet is sustainable for future generations.
Environmental Science is about how humans connect with and change the natural environment. Gain an understanding of this relationship, drawing on a range of sciences including Biology, Chemistry, Geography, Maths and Physics. The state of the planet is one of the biggest issues facing humankind today. Learn to assess environmental problems and find solutions.
Must be studied with one partner major drawn from: Applied Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Ecology and Biodiversity, Geography, Geology, Geophysics, Marine Biology, Mathematics, Physical Geography, Physics, or Statistics.
Complete Environment and Resources: New Zealand Perspectives (ENVI 214) and courses worth 40 points from BIOL, CHEM, ESCI, GEOG, MATH, PHYS or STAT 200-299 (in addition to those required by the partner major).