The University of Newcastle's Master of Environmental Risk Assessment and Remediation is a research-focused program which provides environmental practitioners with creative solutions and specialised skills to help minimise the human and ecological risks associated with environmental pollution.
Using a balanced approach that includes both hands on and case studies, you’ll examine the core concepts, principles and techniques underlying environmental risk assessment and remediation which can be applied on a national and global platform.
Why study with us?
Become fully accredited - on completion, you’ll be able to provide full site assessment reports that exceed clients’ expectations, provide innovative solutions to remediation and/or risk assessment problems and bring remediation projects to a successful conclusion.
Gain real-world experience - you will be given a research project in the field of environmental remediation, which will give you the opportunity to apply a systematic and scientific approach to problem solving.
Enhance your skills in environmental management - as an environmental practitioner, you may have a bachelor’s degree in science or applied science (engineering) and are now looking to expand your skills or take your environmental management career to the next level.
Expand your career opportunities - apply the practical skills and knowledge that you gain during your studies to specialise in areas across a variety of fields, including research (environmental chemistry, toxicology and technology), consultancy, advocacy and private practice.