Our undergraduate programs provide you with the understanding, skills and knowledge required to help manage and improve our natural and built environments.

If you have completed Year 12 (or equivalent) or you're a mature-age student with industry experience but no formal qualification, we offer a wide variety of three- and four-year undergraduate programs, including honours programs, that will enable you to explore your interests.

You can design a program that brings together your interests, ambitions and talents in ways that will broaden your horizons and boost your employability.

Several of our programs are recognised by official accreditation bodies, and graduates in a variety of our programs are eligible for membership from respected professional societies.

Get field experience

Many of our programs feature field trips to ancient and exotic places in Queensland and abroad where you can get hands-on experience exploring a variety of locations and landscapes.

Study abroad

Studying overseas as part of your degree can give your career an international edge. UQ Abroad, our student exchange program, allows you to study overseas for up to one year on exchange while gaining credit towards your UQ degree.

Our disciplines

Visit our Study pages to find out which disciplines you can study at the undergraduate level.

Contact us

Choosing a career path can be difficult, so if you need help with your decision email our team.

Watch our videos

Join us for studies in Environmental Management and Environmental Science
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Thinking of studying Environmental Science? Hear what employers look for in graduates
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Meet Harry, a student studying the Bachelor of Environmental Management
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Hear about Manuela's experiences as an international student studying Bachelor of Environmental Management and why she chose UQ
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John Tasker is studying Geographical Science at UQ
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Meet Samantha, she's studying a Bachelor of Occupational Health and Safety Science at UQ
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