Bachelor of Animal Ecology/Bachelor of Business (Tourism, Leisure and Event Management) University of the Sunshine Coast

5.0 out of 5 from 1 review
Bachelor Degree
Sunshine Coast
4 Years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

The growing global tourism industry offers incredible growth opportunities – particularly in sustainable and animal-friendly tourism. Tourists love seeing animals in their natural habitats, but local tourism operators also need to protect the animals and environments they rely on. This hands-on, industry-oriented program trains future tourism leaders with the skills to maintain and enhance environmental integrity alongside industry growth.

Learn how to assess the sustainability-related impacts of tourism, and how this links with animal conservation, biodiversity and animal behaviour
Learn how animals are impacted by the environment and human interaction, and what we can do to protect their future
Develop your analytical, management and research skills to better understand how to conserve animals and the environment, and how to engage with stakeholders in the scientific, public and business sectors
Apply your growing knowledge and skills through fieldwork in locations such as Fraser Island and Stradbroke Island, and through industry projects designed to develop a solid foundation for your chosen career

Ecotourism manager
Ecotourism guide
Wildlife manager
Environmental educator
Environmental consultant
Environmental manager

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March 2018
Year completed 2022

Positives is it is working and learning about a real world problem and it includes a lot of passion. We also do a lot of fieldwork which is fun. So far I’ve experienced no negatives.

My advice to future students is: Go for it if it’s what your passionate about!

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