Why study environmental humanities at La Trobe?

Top 300 globally

We’re ranked in the world’s top 300 for arts and humanities.

Times Higher Education (THE), 2023, World University Rankings 2024 by subject: arts and humanities

Over 50 majors and minors

Choose your own adventure with majors, minors and electives from more than 50 interest areas.

Tailor your arts degree, combining interest areas in humanities, social sciences, business, health or science

Practical experience

Put theory into practice with professional placements in Australia and overseas.

Find out more about La Trobe's work-integrated learning and placements

Drive positive change

Equip yourself with the skills and knowledge to respond to the climate crisis

Study climate change as your major.

Career opportunities in environmental humanities

Career Pathways

Environmental humanities builds skills in research, communication and attention to detail to prepare you for a range of careers.

Possible roles include:

  • Environmental educator
  • Journalist
  • Environmental advocate
  • Sustainability consultant
  • Natural resource manager
  • Community engagement coordinator

Future employers

Potential employers of environmental humanities graduates include:

  • Government departments and agencies
  • Media networks
  • Primary and secondary schools
  • Wildlife and conservation organisations
  • Sustainability consulting companies
  • Environmental Protection Authority

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