1. Handbook
  2. Breadth Track
  3. Natural systems and our designed world

Natural systems and our designed world

Breadth TrackYear: 2017

Or view archived Handbooks
You’re currently viewing the 2017 version of this component

Overview

This breadth track explores the relationship of our cities and towns and the natural environment which underpins our society.</p>

Subject Options

Code Name Study period Credit Points
ENVS10001 Natural Environments
Semester 1
12.5
HORT20026 Designing with Plants
Semester 1
12.5
EVSC30006 Ecology of Urban Landscapes
Semester 1
12.5

You can extend this breadth track by taking any or all of:

Code Name Study period Credit Points
ENVS10007 Urban Environments
Semester 1
Semester 2
12.5
ENVS10006 Mapping Environments
Semester 1
12.5
ABPL20039 History of Designed Landscapes
Semester 2
12.5

Notes

Some of these subjects are not available as breadth for all Bachelor of Environments students. Go to http://breadth.unimelb.edu.au/breadth/info/Environments.html for more information. ENVS10001 Natural Environments and ENVS Mapping Environments are not available as breadth for Bachelor of Science students but can be taken within the core of the degree. The full track cannot be taken by Bachelor of Engineering or Bachelor of Biomedicine students as ENVS10001 Natural Environments is not available as breadth or core in those degrees.

What is a Breadth Track?

A breadth track is a sequence of three or more subjects (taken as part of a Melbourne Bachelor degree) that progressively develops knowledge and skills relevant to a coherent domain, theme, topic or issue. It is a suggested set of subjects, rather than a requirement.

Last updated: 30 October 2017