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School of Life and Environmental Sciences

Whether you want to save the environment or understand disease, our School of Life and Environment Sciences can pave the way for a rewarding career.

Undergraduate Domestic

Bachelor of Environmental Engineering (Honours)

This course focuses on the practical application of engineering and scientific principles to produce immediately employable environmental engineers.

Code S465

Location Waurn Ponds

Intakes Trimester 1; Trimester 2

Course
Undergraduate International

Bachelor of Environmental Engineering (Honours)

This course focuses on the practical application of engineering and scientific principles to produce immediately employable environmental engineers.

Code S465

Location Waurn Ponds

Intakes Trimester 1; Trimester 2

Course

Life and Environmental Sciences Alumni Chapter Launch Event

16 May 2017

Deakin University is delighted to invite Alumni to our Life and Environmental Sciences Chapter launch.

Event

Environmental Management students set up their career with a Deakin Hallmark

1 December 2016

Jason Prasad and Dannielle Graham have outstanding teamwork skills and now have a digital credential to prove it after becoming the 2016 recipients of a Deakin Hallmark.

Deakin news

School of Architecture and Built Environment

Studying architecture and built environment, you contribute to the creation of beautiful, meaningful and sustainable environments that enhance our lives.

Deakin shares Edmund Gill's scientific collection with the world

5 October 2017

One of Victoria's most significant scientific collections is now more accessible than ever thanks to an ambitious digitisation project through the Deakin University Warrnambool Campus Library.

Media release

New program lets students experience what STEMM has to offer

22 August 2017

A group of female Year 10 students spent a challenging and engaging five days at Deakin's Geelong campuses in a new STEMM work experience program.

Deakin news

Success stories for sea turtles

28 September 2017

New research points to signs of recovery in global sea turtle populations thanks to long-term conservation efforts.

Research news

Drones may play a role in monitoring marine national parks

20 September 2017

Drones may become a new weapon in monitoring life forms in marine protected reefs.

Deakin news

Deakin finds evidence of dogs killing threatened chicks on Victorian beaches

12 October 2017

Victorian beachgoers have been urged to leash their pets, after Deakin University ecologists found evidence of threatened shorebirds mauled by dogs, including the discovery of one dead chick dumped in a rubbish bin.

Media release

Deakin research highlights global sea turtle conservation success stories

21 September 2017

New Deakin University research is pointing to signs of recovery in global sea turtle populations thanks to long-term conservation efforts, contrasting with a trend that’s seen most endangered vertebrates continue to decline in numbers.

Media release

Compatibility critical when searching for a subantarctic shag

1 September 2017

The old adage that opposites attract doesn't seem to translate to the avian dating scene, or at least not with Kerguelen shags, a subantarctic, diving seabird that has been recently found to breed with a monogamous mate that best matches its feeding habits.

Media release

Secrets of mysterious desert waterbirds revealed through satellites

13 October 2017

New Deakin University research has shown a threatened species of Australian waterbird will fly thousands of kilometres to lay eggs equivalent to half their body weight in a bid to capitalise on suitable breeding conditions.

Media release

Deakin study finds diversity critical for protecting parrots

18 October 2017

Deakin University scientists have discovered the genetic diversity of Australian parrots affects their chances of contracting a common but deadly virus, and also how much of the virus they harbour.

Media release

Body size matters in battle against extinction

19 September 2017

New research has shown that extinction risk is the greatest for the world's smallest and largest vertebrates, but for very different reasons.

Research news

Oceans: the world's most under-utilised weapons against climate change

11 April 2017

A new study led by Deakin University marine ecologist Dr Peter Macreadie has found that better management of our oceans and coastline could be a missing link in the fight against climate change.

Media release

HOME

HOME is a research centre with a single core aim: A Home for all.

Bob Brown helps celebrate environmental science at Deakin

28 August 2014

Bob Brown helps mark 30 years of Environmental Science courses at Deakin University.

Deakin news

Interested in PhD or Masters by Research opportunities in 2018?

5 September 2017

Come along to the Higher Degrees by Research Information Session at the Burwood or Waurn Ponds Campus organised by Deakin's Graduate Research Academy.

Research news

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