The Bachelor of Science (Environment and Sustainability) is designed for those who want to explore environmental science, biodiversity conservation, and practical aspects of climate change mitigation and adaptation and natural resource management for more a sustainable future. Specifically, the University graduates find work as climatologists, climate scientists, climate policy analysts, conservation and biodiversity managers, environmental consultants, environmental scientists and natural resource managers. Industries and employers can find them self working for the resources/mining industries, national parks, universities, defence organisations, CSIRO, State and Federal Government Departments, the Australian Bureau of Meteorology and many other organisations contributing to sustainable utilisation and management of the natural resources. Some graduates also choose to work as science teachers (with further study) or science journalists. Students undertaking the degree can relocate to Toowoomba to complete their studies.