Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Science (Environment)

Griffith is recognised as a leader in interdisciplinary teaching and research into environmental issues and these two degrees will fully prepare you for professional practice in environmental and planning law, urban and regional planning or careers in government, industry, environmental organisations and development companies.

The environment is possibly the main political and social issue in Australia and around the world. However, the issues are not as simple as arguments to retain forests, conserve water or protect endangered species. Environmental problems generally involve issues of science, technology, economics, law and human values. Their successful resolution requires an understanding of all these issues.

This program, which offers specialisations in Environmental Studies or Urban and Regional Planning, will give you a thorough knowledge of each discipline, with an emphasis on those areas where they intersect and the skills to succeed in this challenging field.


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