C5367 - Diploma of Conservation and Land Management

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RMIT program code: C5367
Plan name: Diploma of Conservation and Land Management
Plan code: C5367
National Program Code: AHC51116
Campus: City Campus
Full-Time Duration: 2 years
Minimum Nominal Hours: 1350

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2017 Enrolment Program Structure

Dip of Conservation&Land Mngmt

  C5367 Courses
 

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C5367 Courses

Students commencing in Semester 1 2017 please select classes with CLM7 section code (section code located in brackets next to class number).

Continuing (returning) students please select classes with CLM6 section code (section code located in brackets next to class number).

C5367 Elective Units - Select ALL Ten (10) Courses

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Collect and classify plants (AHCPCM502)120BIOL5237CCity Campus3305 (CLM7)
Conduct biological surveys (AHCNAR502)200MATH7076CCity Campus4294 (CLM7)
Develop a management plan for a designated area (AHCLPW501)200ENVI5101CCity Campus3307 (CLM6)
Manage natural area restoration programs (AHCNAR504)200ENVI5102CCity Campus4296 (CLM6)
Develop and review catchment management plan (NWP513B)100CIVE5716CCity Campus2919 (CLM6)
Collect and manage data (AHCWRK502)120MATH7077CCity Campus4292 (CLM7)
Inspect and monitor cultural places (AHCLPW403)50HUSO5220CCity Campus4293 (CLM7)
Prepare reports (AHCWRK503)60COMM7343CCity Campus3306 (CLM7)
Conduct field research into natural and cultural resources (AHCILM501)200ENVI5103CCity Campus4295 (CLM6)
Define the pest problem (AHCPMG413)100AERS6989CCity Campus3308 (CLM6)
 

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Program structure enquiries

Dinah van Ruyven

School of Vocational Engineering, Health and Sciences

Building 51, Level 8, Room 2

80-92 Victoria Street

Carlton Vic 3053

Tel: +61 3 9925 4287

Fax: +61 3 9925 4144

Email: dinah.vanruyven@rmit.edu.au

 

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