Sustainability and Climate Policy
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You will discover a rich learning and social life at CUSP. In addition, there are lifestyle opportunities in Fremantle such as the Fremantle Leisure Centre, beaches, cafes, museums, galleries, local fashion designers and clubs. View map
The Curtin University library, gym, and other student facilities, together with the International Office and the Humanities Student Services Centre who handle their academic administration are all located at the main Bentley campus. View the Bentley campus map
Students coming to CUSP might want to look for accommodation on a public transport route that runs between Fremantle and Bentley campuses such as the 98/99 Circle Route. It takes about an hour to go between the two campuses by bus. If you need additional information contact us.
Before starting your postgraduate coursework at CUSP you should attend both the Bentley orientation event and the CUSP orientation event.
The CUSP orientation event for Semester 2 2013 is at 3 Pakenham St, Fremantle, on Thursday 4 July from 10.30am to 1.30 pm. The event will include: an opportunity to discuss your studies with the course coordinator, Associate Professor Laura Stocker; a morning tea where you can meet and greet other students and staff; a research seminar on an aspect of sustainability; and, a walking tour around Fremantle if there is sufficient interest.
Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma, Master of Sustainability and Climate Policy
Throughout the program you will apply your developing skills and understanding to real-life issues in your professional work and community engagements.
Core units explore the basic issues, concepts and methodologies central to sustainability. Optional units allow you to pursue specialised studies in areas of particular need and priority. In individual projects you will work with dedicated supervisors to design, conduct and report upon major applied research topics in your respective areas of interest and expertise.
- Choice of full-time or part-time study
- Normally scheduled and intensive study periods
- Multi-campus study locations
- Opportunities for online study
A Bachelor degree in any field of study from a recognised tertiary education institution
Recognition of Prior Learning - Credit may be awarded for prior graduate studies or high level professional work in sustainability policy and practice. Find out more