The tertiary sector leads change

Taylor, Robin
December 2008
Ecos;Dec2008/Jan2009, Issue 146, p25
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The article reports on the response of tertiary institutions to the need for sustainability practitioners with a range of new courses and adaptations. Murdoch University has the only undergraduate degree in sustainable development in Australia, which is followed by several universities that now offer postgraduate and cross disciplinary degrees. A Masters degree in corporate Environmental and Sustainability Management is also offered by the School of Geography and Environmental Science at Melbourne's Monash University.


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