Bachelor of Applied Science (Marine Environment) University of Tasmania - UTas

4.5 out of 5 from 2 reviews
Bachelor Degree
Hobart
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
This information aims to provide a summary of the course. If you'd like to find out more, please go here

Course Description

With a natural laboratory on your doorstep, the University of Tasmania provides an ideal base to study for a career in marine research, sustainable resource use and environmental management.
This vibrant and contemporary undergraduate degree delivers specialist skills and knowledge as well as a strong foundation in understanding the natural science of the marine environment. Practical skills are delivered alongside theoretical studies to broaden your experience and give you the edge when it comes to employment.

The commercial fishing and aquaculture industry directly employs 7000 people in Australia and Tasmania is the country's largest commercial operator in this area. Students can choose to specialise in aquaculture, fisheries management or marine conservation.

Students gain hands-on experience in field research techniques, laboratory methods and opportunities to undertake work placement in world-leading industries and government areas.

Majors

Aquaculture
Marine Conservation
Fisheries Management

Careers

Scientific Officer
Coastal Community Engagement Officer
University Lecturer
Federal or State Government advisor
Marine Park Manager
Commercial...

Read more
Additional Information

During your study, you'll gain hands-on experience in field research techniques, laboratory methods and opportunities to undertake work placement i...

Read more


Ratings

Average ratings for Bachelor of Applied Science (Marine Environment) University of Tasmania - UTas based on 2 reviews
Rating
4.5
Job prospects
3.5
Teachers
3.0
Course work
4.0
Time worthy
3.0
Money Worthy
3.0



Student Reviews

July 2018
Year completed 2018

Positives: interesting and engaging

Negatives: none

My advice to future students is: study

Read more
May 2018
Year completed 2017

Positives: It is an incredible career path allowing you to help others with fish sizes / investigation in fish species

Negatives: There is a lot to learn that’s off topic, but all worth it

My advice to future students is: Be prepared for a lot of draining work.. as I said thought it’s worth it

Read more

Explore similar courses in Biological Sciences reviews
Bachelor of Biological Science reviews
Deakin University
4 Reviews
Bachelor of Biomedicine reviews
University of Melbourne
3 Reviews
Master of Biotechnology reviews
Australian National University -...
2 Reviews
Master of Applied Science (Microbiology) reviews
University of Tasmania - UTas
2 Reviews