Natural Resources and Environment Single Major
Part of the Bachelors of Economics/Arts program
Commencing semesters, 2017
School of Economics
Why study Natural Resources and Environment?
With the growing awareness at the international, regional, national and local levels of the ecological and economic importance of our diverse natural resources, effective and efficient use of these assets is a significant social and political issue. This major provides the tools of economic analysis for application to problems associated with the allocation of renewable and non-renewable natural resources, including fish/marine; forests; agricultural and recreational land; river systems; local and global environments; energy and minerals.
Students who complete this specialisation will have gained the analytical abilities to apply to challenges facing business, government and the community at large and the understanding of the key issues and trade-offs we face in a world of increasing competition, globalisation and natural resource depletion.
View the course list for courses that can be studied as part of the Natural Resources and Environment single major.
What it costs
Please view the Bachelors of Economics/Arts for indicative fees.
How to apply
Please view the Bachelors of Economics/Arts for information on key dates and how to apply.