Environmental and conservation sciences
You'll conduct fieldwork in some fascinating habitats including arid, coastal and forested areas and can choose from electives like mine site rehabilitation, landscape restoration and fire ecology.
Protect endangered species, advise on bush fire prevention programs, manage waterway redevelopment projects and take your love for the environment and make it your career through Federation’s Diploma of Conservation and Ecosystem Management. Becoming an expert in conservation and ecosystem management means you can work in rural, suburban and metro settings with a large amount of time being spent outdoors. You may wish to work in a laboratory, or you might prefer working outdoors. Whichever avenue you choose, you'll have a career with plenty of hands-on and rewarding work.