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Flinders University

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Bachelor of Science (Biodiversity and Conservation)

  • Bachelor

Develop the knowledge and skills to analyse and interpret the impacts of key environmental drivers such as habitat destruction and fragmentation, changing climates, altered fire regimes and invasive species.

Key details

Degree Type
Bachelor
Duration
3 years full-time, 10 years part-time
Course Code
234221, 039816E
Fees
$9,331 per year / $27,993 total
ATAR
70

About this course

Develop the knowledge and skills to analyse and interpret the impacts of key environmental drivers such as habitat destruction and fragmentation, changing climates, altered fire regimes and invasive species. The degree also teaches principles of reserve design, habitat restoration and other means of conserving species affected by human impacts.

Entry requirements

Develop the knowledge and skills to analyse and interpret the impacts of key environmental drivers such as habitat destruction and fragmentation, changing climates, altered fire regimes and invasive species. The degree also teaches principles of reserve design, habitat restoration and other means of conserving species affected by human impacts.