UWA School of Agriculture and Environment
1st in Australia and 15th in the world for Agricultural Sciences (ARWU 2022)
1st in Australia and 21st in the world for Environmental Science and Engineering (ARWU 2022)
42nd in the world for Agriculture and Forestry (QS 2023)
Higher Degree by Research opportunities and projects
PhD and Master by research projects, scholarships and supervisor details can be found in the Higher Degree by Research Application Portal.
You can search by research areas or a specific school, see available scholarships and contact prospective supervisors.
We are a research intensive school that spans the broad disciplines of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Agricultural Science and Environmental Science.
Agricultural and resource economics
Agricultural and resource economics develops agricultural policies and management strategies for long-term sustainability.Read more
Agricultural science focuses on the multidisciplinary nature of the challenges facing the global community. Rapidly growing population, changing climate and limited land and fresh water resources will impact on the ability of agriculture to meet demand. Science-based solutions are required to achieve worldwide goals of sustainability for industry and community development.Read more
Science graduates are in demand worldwide with job opportunities across a range of sectors. We offer a large variety of flexible and industry relevant undergraduate courses under the Bachelor of Science.
Pursuing an extended major will provide you with a well rounded education and can open up greater career and postgraduate study opportunities.
Combined Bachelor's Degrees
Pursue your passions and maximise your career options with our combined bachelor’s degrees. You’ll complete two degrees in normally just four years – one comprehensive (where you’ll choose a major from a wide range of options) and one specialised (where you’ll take a defined study plan).
The combined BE(Hons)/BSc allows you to pair your engineering degree with another passion, broadening your career options and giving you an edge in a rapidly changing workforce. With just two additional semesters, you can graduate as an accredited engineer with your Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) along with a Bachelor of Science and a major in Environmental Science.
Prepare for your dream career with a specialised bachelor’s degree. You will take an extended major with a carefully designed study plan to give you in-depth knowledge of your chosen career or profession. You can complement this with a minor or electives from almost any study area.
Combined Bachelor's and Master's (CBM)
The Combined Bachelor's and Master's (CBM) is a four-year accelerated program for high-performing students. Over your first three years, you'll complete an extended major and a semester of more advanced study, followed by a final year of postgraduate study. On completion, you'll be awarded both a full bachelor's and a full master's degree in four years (2.5 + 1.5 years).
A master's degree allows you to develop specialist skills and knowledge in your field of choice. A master's qualification can help you to stand out from the crowd in a competitive job market. We offer an extensive range of master's degrees in a number of different areas of study.
- Master of Agricultural Economics
- Master of Agricultural Science
- Master of Biotechnology
- Master of Environmental Economics (Online)
- Master of Environmental Science
For honours and master's research projects download the full lists below:
SAE Honours And Master's Research Booklet 2023 (PDF 1.65MB)
Our micro-credentials focus on skills that are in high demand by employers and industry - they are short and affordable so you can easily fit them into your lifestyle, with the flexibility to pick and choose what works for you. Update, upskill or reskill; complete a one-off micro-credential or stack them up and convert into credit towards an undergraduate or postgraduate course - the choice is yours.
Find out more about micro-credentials at UWA Plus
Agricultural expert honoured for work in grain industry
Tue, 27 Feb 2024
Open Day showcases robust research harvest at UWA Farm Ridgefield
Mon, 12 Feb 2024
Passionate students awarded prestigious scholarships
Wed, 7 Feb 2024
Events and workshops
The UWA School of Agriculture and Environment hosts a number of events and workshops throughout the year for students, staff and members of the public. Details of all our upcoming events can be found on our events calendar.