Our outdoor education and environmental science degree opens up a range of possibilities for work in the great outdoors:
outdoor or environmental educator
ecotourism or adventure-tourism worker
natural-science work (field or lab-based positions)
land and resource management roles (Parks, DELWP, CMA’s)
environmental/adventure activity programs.
Throughout your degree there are numerous field-based components designed to grow your understanding of outdoor environments. You’ll explore ways to move through the natural environment, ways to understand and experience it, and ways to help others enjoy and appreciate it.
You’ll acquire a solid, science-based foundation, along with skills and understanding in:
conservation, ecology and sustainability
group and resource management
risk and safety.