Conservation and Land Management
RMIT’s Conservation and Land Management program provides you with the skills and knowledge needed to work in the field managing natural resources. You will spend a large part of your time outdoors learning hands on skills from industry professionals and carrying out project based work. This will take place in both urban and rural locations and will bring you into contact with other professionals from a range of Government and community organisations. You will also have the opportunity to undertake practical placement with a wide range of organisations.
Employment opportunities include working with government, private and community organisations in areas such as conducting fauna and flora surveys, monitoring the biodiversity of natural areas, monitoring of water quality and land restoration and management, including re vegetation and weed control.
Programs offered at RMIT