Bachelor of Applied Science (Ecology) (SC01)

Ecology is the study of relationships between organisms and their environment.
Ecologists seek to understand why animals plants or micro-organisms are found where they are. They investigate why they are common or rare, or what makes their numbers change from time to time and place to place. As an applied science, ecology is used to design strategies for the management of populations of organisms ranging from iconic endangered animals to species that are harvested for food or insects that are vectors of diseases impacting on human health or agriculture.

The ecology major at QUT allows you to gain a broad range of scientific skills, including the specialist techniques required for conserving endangered wildlife, solving problems with invasive species and other pests, managing our local and national fisheries, and evaluating issues associated with the sustainability of our natural resources in the face of climate change and increasing human impact on the environment.
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Length
3 years-full-time 6 years-part-time
Delivery Mode
On Campus
Study Type
Part Time
Subject Area
Zoology
Course Level
Bachelors
Length
3 years-full-time 6 years-part-time
Delivery Mode
On Campus
Study Type
Part Time
Subject Area
Zoology
Course Level
Bachelors
The Gardens Point campus is located on the Brisbane River in the city centre, next to the Botanic Gardens and Parliament House. It is within easy walking distance to shops, restaurants, theatres, galleries, and public transport including buses, trains and ferries.
Length
3 years-full-time 6 years-part-time
Delivery Mode
On Campus
Study Type
Part Time
Subject Area
Zoology
Course Level
Bachelors
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