Course level

Postgraduate Coursework

Faculty

Science

School

Agriculture Food Sciences Schl

Units

2

Duration

One Semester

Delivery mode

Internal

Class contact

2 Lecture hours, 3 Practical or Laboratory hours, 1 Tutorial hour

Assessment methods

Progressive assessment, Final examination

Course coordinator

A/Prof Peter Murray

Study Abroad

This course is pre-approved for Study Abroad and Exchange students.

Current course offerings

Course offerings Location Mode Course Profile
Semester 2, 2017 Gatton Internal Course Profile
Semester 2, 2017 External External Course Profile
Semester 2, 2018 Gatton Internal Profile unavailable
Semester 2, 2018 External External Profile unavailable

Please Note: Course profiles marked as not available may still be in development.

Course description

Increases in populations of humans have led to increases in human-wildlife conflicts. `Human-wildlife conflict management' is now used to describe any negative interactions between humans and wildlife. These interactions can be real or perceived, economic or aesthetic, social or political, and may encompass damages to the individual that result from wildlife legislation, regulations, or policies that are designed to protect or conserve wildlife, public benefits, and individual property rights. This course is about understanding the causes of and resolutions to human-wildlife conflicts.

Archived offerings

Course offerings Location Mode Course Profile
Semester 2, 2016 Gatton Internal Course Profile
Semester 2, 2016 External External Course Profile
Semester 2, 2015 External External Course Profile
Semester 2, 2015 Gatton Internal Course Profile
Semester 2, 2014 External External Course Profile
Semester 2, 2014 Gatton Internal Course Profile