The Bachelor of Marine and Antarctic Science from University of Tasmania gives you the skills and knowledge for a career in the exciting, growing, and globally critical marine, fisheries, aquaculture, and Antarctic sectors.
When you study with us, you’ll be learning on the edge of one of the world’s greatest natural laboratories, alongside internationally renowned experts. Tasmania’s island location is the international gateway to Antarctica, home to thriving fisheries and acquaculture industries, and our diverse marine habitats makes us truly one of the best places to study in the world. The skills and knowledge you gain in this degree could see you making a real impact on practices, processes and policies on a local, national or worldwide scale.
This degree gives you a broad foundation in the study of temperate marine, Antarctic, and Southern Ocean science. We also offer specialist majors that other universities reserve for post graduate study, giving you breadth and depth of specialist knowledge. Group work, projects and field trips provide extra challenges, and you have significant opportunities to engage with industry, and work alongside world-class researchers.
The "Blue Economy" is projected to contribute $100 billion annually to Australia's economy by 2025. Graduates from this course will be highly sought-after in a range of fields of this thriving sector, including in marine and freshwater research, oceanography, fisheries and climate research, environmental conservation, environmental governance and management and policy.
The skills and knowledge you learn could see you have a real impact on practices, processes and policies on a local, national or worldwide scale, and we have graduates working around the globe in a variety of positions and organisations.
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