The Faculty of Science at the University of Queensland is recognized as a powerhouse for some of the worlds leading scientists, teachers, science programs and commercial outcomes. The faculty unites the disciplines of agriculture and animals, biomedical and biological sciences, chemistry, earth sciences, food sciences, geography, marine science, maths and physics, planning, the environment and veterinary science.
Schools within the UQ Faculty of Science have programs that involve environmental sciences.
UQ is ranked #1 in Australia and #12 in the world for environmental sciences, according to the 2016 QS World University Rankings by Subject.
School of Agriculture and Food Sciences
The School of Agriculture and Food Sciences provides study and practical experience covering several disciplines. Students are encouraged to participate in scientific activities not only as a component of their formal studies but also as a cooperative contribution to the life of the University and its surrounding community. Disciplines that have an environmental focus include Agribusiness, Agricultural Science, and Rural Development.
School of Biological Sciences
The School of Biological Sciences at The University of Queensland is situated on the St Lucia campus in Brisbane. Academic staff conduct research in evolution, global change biology, ecology, aquaculture, behaviour, physiology, entomology, zoology, botany, genomics, development and conservation biology. World-class infrastructure, proximity to stunning habitats and biodiversity, and UQ's tropical-subtropical location contribute to the unique working environment.
School of Earth and Environmental Sciences
The UQ School of Earth and Environmental Sciences delivers practical solutions to the complex issues that affect our physical environment and how we interact with it. The school's interconnected teams of earth scientists, physical and social scientists, environmental management specialists, health and safety experts, and urban planners work together to address the increasingly critical global challenges of a growing population, climate change, urbanisation, food security, conservation and natural resource management.
University of Queensland Environmental Science DegreesMaster of Agribusiness
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