Bachelor of Environmental Management programme offers you the broadest scope of any Environmental Management degree course in New Zealand.
The impact of human activities on our planet is sadly, becoming increasingly obvious. Learn how to manage human activity and create a sustainable balance with nature. Environmental Management is an all-encompassing area which looks to find the answers to a sustainable existence.
Geographic Information Systems (GIS),
Land, Freshwater and Marine Management.
Practical training includes First Aid, river crossing, camping skills, trip planning and assessment.
University Entrance NCEA Level 3 Three subjects at Level 3 or above made up of the following.
You need to complete 360 credit hours to successfully obtain this degree. Please check detail of study units at https://www.sit.ac.nz/Programme/Course/Bachelor%20of%20Environmental%20Management/campus/Invercargill/subject/Environmental-Management
Every candidate for the degree of Bachelor of Environmental Management is required to follow to the satisfaction of the Board of Studies, a programme of study for a minimum period of three years. Each year of study comprises two 17 week semesters. Programmes of study for the degree are made up of clusters of papers taken at the appropriate levels as outlined in Appendix 1 of this document. The overall programme of study for every candidate requires 360 credits for successful completion of the degree. Individual papers may have specific prerequisites or other knowledge/skill requirements, which must be satisfied by all students.
In order to be awarded the Bachelor of Environmental Management, the student will have been credited with all required papers and electives as specified in the degree schedule.
The student completing the Bachelor of Environmental Management will normally be expected to complete the three-year programme (full-time equivalent) within five years. Notwithstanding the requirements set out above, the Head of Faculty with the approval and recommendation of the Board of Studies, may allow a student a longer period to complete the programme.