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Conservation and Restoration // Structure

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Structure

200 credit points

Students will be required to complete the two core subjects, plus choose three subjects from the compulsory specialisation subject list. Students in the 200 point pathway must also take at least 12.5 points of subjects from the compulsory capstone subjects – these subjects enable students to complete an independent project related to professional practices in ecosystem and species management. Students in the 100 point pathway will not normally be required to complete this component. Students must also undertake electives to make up the balance of the award. The selection of electives is made in consultation with the Conservation and Restoration major coordinator. More information about this stream can be found here:

http://environment.unimelb.edu.au/study/specialisations/conservation-and-restoration

Last updated: 13 April 2019