Undergraduate Climate Courses

ANU offers a wide range of undergraduate courses on the multiple dimensions of climate change from climate science to economics, law, policy and governance aspects of climate change vulnerability, adaptation and mitigation. Most of these courses can be taken as electives.

Code Title Term Career Units Delivery
BIOL3125 Plants and Global Climate Change Second Semester Undergraduate 6 In Person
BIOL3201 Big Questions in Biology First Semester Undergraduate 6 In Person
EMSC1008 EARTH: The Chemistry and Physics of our Planet Second Semester Undergraduate 6 In Person
EMSC2021 Fundamentals of Climate System Science Second Semester Undergraduate 6 In Person
EMSC3027 Palaeoclimatology and Climate Change Second Semester Undergraduate 6 In Person
EMSC3032 Melting Polar Ice Sheets, Sea Level Variations and Climate Change First Semester Undergraduate 6 In Person
ENVS1004 Australia's Environment Second Semester Undergraduate 6 In Person
ENVS2004 Weather, Climate and Fire   Undergraduate 6 In Person
ENVS3001 Climate Change Science & Policy in Practice   Undergraduate 6 In Person
ENVS3008 Fire in the Environment Summer Session Undergraduate 6 In Person
ENVS3011 Severe Weather   Undergraduate 6 In Person
ENVS3013 Climatology Second Semester, Biennial Even Years Undergraduate 6 In Person
ENVS3020 Climate Change Science & Policy Second Semester Undergraduate 6 In Person
ENVS3029 Palaeo-Environmental Reconstruction Second Semester Undergraduate 6 In Person
LAWS4274 Climate Law   Undergraduate 6 In Person
PASI1012 Pacific Worlds: critical inquiry in Oceania Second Semester Undergraduate 6 In Person
SOCY2008 Living in the Risk Society: Health, Crime, Climate and Disasters   Undergraduate 6 In Person

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