Master of Science (MSCN) (Applied Climate Science) (Master Degree)

University of Southern Queensland Australia

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The award
Master Degree

How long you will study
years

Domestic course fees
AUD 19360 per year

How you will study
part-time

Course starts
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International course fees
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About Master of Science (MSCN) (Applied Climate Science) at University of Southern Queensland

Broaden your knowledge of climate and weather with USQ's Master of Science (Applied Climate Science). Focusing upon the impacts of climate variability on natural systems as well as human and socio-economic activities, this specialisation will develop your understanding of climate and how we adapt and manage variability on a regional and global level.

Further study

Upon successful completion of the Master of Science (Applied Climate Science), you have the opportunity to move into PhD study.

Career outcomes

As a graduate, you can follow career opportunities such as climatologist, climate scientist, climate policy analyst, environmental consultant, natural resources, biodiversity management, natural resource management or in private industry companies active in fields, such as agriculture, insurance, energy, weather information, water services and other industries.

Study options for this course

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