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About the programs
Master of Environment
Our Master of Environment degree allow you to develop a program of advanced learning suited to your individual interests and skills in environment and sustainability. A broad-ranging suite of courses from across the University provides exposure to current perspectives on environmental issues and approaches.
Master of Environmental Science
Our Master programs in environmental science are designed to build on your prior knowledge to extend and deepen your understanding in one or more of the biological, Earth, and environmental and ecological sciences. You will also develop your knowledge across the environmental sciences.
Master of Forestry
Our forestry degree programs offer flexible, advanced learning to develop your knowledge and skills in forestry and the forest sciences and their relationship to other land management disciplines. The broad scope of the program reflects the diversity of perspectives needed for effective forest resource management, and the choice of courses within forestry sub disciplines develops your knowledge in either the science and methods, or policy and management aspects of forestry.
Each of these three degrees have an advanced program available.The Advanced programs focus on completing a substantial research project and dissertation, which constitutes appropriate research training for a PhD.
Associate Professor Cris Brack
Cris Brack is an Associate Professor at the Fenner School of Environment and Society. His research interests lie in the development of optimal sampling strategies, modelling tools, and decision-support systems for trees and associated biota at stand, landscape and continental scales. This research has given Cris knowledge and innovation in applied statistics (for sampling), data acquisition (from remotely sensed imagery and ground-based surveys), modelling (of tree and stand dynamics), and expert and decision support systems (as integrating methods).