Students can choose from a wide range of elective courses on different aspects of climate change, from climate science to economics, law, policy and governance aspects of climate change vulnerability, adaptation and mitigation.
There are no other formal prerequisites. However the compulsory foundation courses do require numeracy skills. Candidates with suitable qualifications may request exemption from taking a particular foundation course.
We strongly recommend you contact us for advice when planning your course program.
ANU offers approximately 90 undergraduate courses on the multiple dimensions of climate change. They cover climate science, economics, law, policy and governance aspects of climate change vulnerability, adaptation and mitigation. Most of these courses can be taken as electives.
|Climate Change Science & Policy in Practice||Spring Session, Biennial Odd Years||In Person|
|Fire in the Environment||Summer Session||In Person|
|International Environmental Policy||Summer Session||In Person|
|Environmental Measurement, Modelling and Monitoring||Winter Session||In Person|
|Island Sustainable Development: Fiji Field School||Winter Session||In Person|
|Qualitative Research Methods for Sustainability||Winter Session||In Person|
|Environmental Science Field School||Winter Session||In Person|
|Essentials of Environmental Law||Winter Session||In Person or Online|
|Living in the Risk Society: Health, Crime, Climate and Disasters||Winter Session||In Person|