The Faculty of Science and Information Technology at the University of Newcastle is a world-class centre for scientific and technology research and innovation. Through the faculty's strong discipline-based research and active inter-disciplinary engagement, both nationally and internationally, Newcastle is at the forefront of research and development in a broad range of fields.
Recently, faculty subject areas of environmental science and information technology have been ranked within the top 200 in the 2014 QS World subject rankings, with geography ranked in the top 100.
Newcastle's research strengths lie in the key areas of industry and infrastructure, sustainability and the environment, health and well-being as well as communication and information technology.
The School of Environmental and Life Sciences within the Faculty of Science and Information Technology is made up of six disciplines which includes applied sciences, biology, chemistry, earth sciences, geography and environmental studies and environmental science and management.
The School of Environmental and Life Sciences is highly research active in the above discipline areas, with a focus on developing research and teaching skills that encourage critical thinking and problem solving strategies across all of our degrees. They have a strong commitment to producing top quality graduates at all levels of degree programs.
University of Newcastle Environmental Science DegreesGraduate Certificate in Pollution Impact Assessment
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