UQ ranked #1 in Australia and #11 in the world in environmental sciences
The University of Queensland has been ranked #1 in Australia and #11 in the world in environmental sciences in the QS world rankings 2015–16.
UQ environmental sciences programs cover some of the big issues facing our world, from managing the world’s growing population to assisting with poverty reduction in South-East Asia, climate change adaptation, tailoring sustainability and carbon management projects for business, managing our natural resources, and the design of our cities and neighbourhoods.
The University of Queensland works on practical solutions for the big issues affecting physical environments: climate change, urbanisation, population growth, conservation, and natural resource management.
Experienced and emerging experts are attracted to the UQ’s vibrant academic environment. They benefit from first-class facilities and unique research locations. They are the experts decision-makers consult when shaping policy for governance, commerce, and industry.
UQ’s integrated teams of physical and social scientists, environmental management specialists, health and safety experts and urban planners are generating new knowledge and opportunities for further discovery. Here are a few of the University of Queensland’s environmental science degrees:
- Master of Agribusiness
- Master of Agricultural Science
- Master of Environmental Management
- Master of Environmental Management and Sustainability
- Master of Integrated Water Management
- Master of Responsible Resource Development (Environment)
- Master of Rural Development