Master of Climate Change

Climate change is one of the most important and complex problems encountered by humankind.  As its impacts become more and more apparent, people who understand its multiple dimensions and can contribute to developing, communicating and implementing innovative solutions are in increasingly high demand.

Equip yourself with the knowledge and understanding to tackle one of the world’s most vital challenges.

Master of Climate Change graduates gain a broad knowledge of current issues and approaches to climate change adaptation and mitigation, as well as expert knowledge in your area of specialisation   The program aims to prepare skilled professionals to deal with the challenges of climate change across various sectors, including in industry, government agencies, NGOs and consultancies. 

The degree is ideal if your current role intersects with climate issues and you are seeking to broaden and deepen your knowledge to move up to the next career level.  And there is no better qualification if you are transitioning professionally and looking for a career change that enables you to make a real difference. 

Facilitated by the Fenner School of Environment & Society and the Crawford School of Public Policy, this program offers students access to world-leading experts in climate science and policy and allows you to tailor your study program to your individual interests and skills within a variety of fields.

View webinar addressing questions about Master of Climate Change and Master of Energy Change.

Master of Climate Change Brochure (PDF 285.86KB)

See ANU programs & courses for more details, pre-requisites and online application

Course Convenors:
Professor Frank Jotzo
+61 2 6125 4367

Professor Jamie Pittock
+61 6125 5563

Read about some past Master of Climate Change students:

Turning a passion into a career

Tackling 'the issue of our generation'

Reducing the effects of climate-related disasters in the Philippines

Helping a community tackle climate change

A stepping stone to leadership

Expanding and deepening my understanding of the multiple dimensions of Climate Change

Updated:  23 August 2019/Responsible Officer:  Director/Page Contact:  Web Admin