Master of Science (Protected Area Management)

Master of Science (Protected Area Management)

Study Plan

Enrol in three steps!

  1. CHOOSE SUBJECTS. Use the tables below to choose your subjects. You can also download a planner to make the planning process easier. Note: Core subjects will already be on your study plan in eStudent.

  2. CHECK TIMETABLE. Check subject timetables to ensure you don't have lecture clashes.

  3. ENROL IN SUBJECTS. After you have chosen your subjects, right click and open eStudent in new tab to start enrolling.

ALL STUDENTS MUST MEET WITH THE PROGRAM COORDINATOR BEFORE ENROLLING IN SUBJECTS:  Email Amy Diedrich (amy.diedrich@jcu.edu.au) or phone 4781 4627 for an appointment

 Subject Code / DescriptionSutyd Period / Location
CORE

BZ5001:03 Quantitative Methods in Science

SP1 Townsville
CORE
Choose one

BZ5215:03 Conservation Biology

OR

MB5004:03 Marine Conservation Biology

SP1 Townsville and Cairns



SP2 Townsville

CORE
Choose one

EV5020:03 Human Dimensions of Nature, Environment and Conservation

OR

EV5252:03 Indigenous Environmental Management

SP1 Townsville



SP1 Cairns

CORE
Choose one

EV5205:03 Conserving Tropical Rainforests

OR

EV5210:03 Management of Marine Protected Areas

SP2 Cairns

SP10 Townsville (odd years)

CORE

EV5209:03 Principles and Practices of Protected Area Management

SP1 Townsville
CORE
Choose one

EV5505:03 Introduction to Geographic Information systems

OR

EV5002:03 Environmental Impact Assessment

SP2 Townsville and Cairns


SP2 Townsville and Cairns

CORE
Choose one

EV5002:03 Environmental Impact Assessment

OR

EV5601:03 Social Impact Assessment: Environmental Management

OR

EV5502:03 Advanced Geographic Information Systems

SP2 Townsville and Cairns



SP3 Townsville Block


SP11 Townsville Block

CORE

SC5055:03 Research Communication Skills in the Natural Sciences

SP1 Townsville and Cairns

PLUS OPTIONS

Select 12cp of specified level 5 subjects from the specified list

OR

Select up to 12cp of cross-institutional subjects*.  Study plans must be approved by the course coordinator.  

(*Partner institutions include members of the Protected Area Learning and Research Collaboration (PALRC)