School of Environment, Science & Engineering
The School of Environment, Science and Engineering is a leader in environmental sustainability with a strong focus on environmental planning and management, biological conservation, marine biology and ecology, sustainable forestry, fisheries management and water and soil management.
The School introduced the discipline of engineering in 2013 with the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Civil Engineering. The planned development of a new Science and Engineering precinct at the Lismore campus will see the introduction of further branches of study in engineering in the near future.
Along with engineering, our comprehensive suite of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in environmental, marine and forest science and management offers our students opportunities to develop innovative, contemporary skills and knowledge in their chosen discipline.
Many of our courses combine academic rigour, laboratory work, field trips within our stunning region, and professional experience through industry internships for a well-rounded education and enhanced career opportunities. Many of our units have flexible study options, with some courses available by distance education.
The School is committed to excellence in teaching and research, with world experts in several fields.
Updated: 17 April 2014