University of Technology Sydney

59718 Developing English: Studies of the Australian Natural Environment

6cp; availability: restricted to students who are admitted to C22028, C22029, C50006 or C50007
There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.
Anti-requisite(s): 59711 Natural Australia

Requisite elaboration/waiver: Non-English-speaking background international, exchange or study abroad students who almost meet the requisite UTS English proficiency score for entry into a mainstream course but are required to undertake English language consolidation.



This subject is designed to consolidate students' written and oral academic skills and literacies. These skills are developed through a range of studies that relate to Australia's natural environment, and may include: the meanings attached to land, landscape, beach and bush; to concepts of native, introduced, companion and feral species; to patterns of population, consumption and waste; and to the ways in which Australians participate in green cultures and organisations.

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