Honours

The distinctive feature of Fenner Honours is its research intensive nature. You will be undertaking an independent, in-depth research project on a topic of your own choice, with suitable supervisory guidance.

Fenner School Honours graduates will tell you it is far and away the most satisfying and fulfilling year of their undergraduate degree.

An Honours degree will give you a strong competitive edge in employment, and a good Honours grade allows you direct admission to most graduate programs anywhere in the world.

For more information about available Honours courses please visit the Courses page.

View Examples of past Honours projects

What's Killing the Trees? An investigation of Eucalypt dieback in the Monaro region NSW (2013)

The role of sociability in the social system of chacma baboons (Papio hamadryas ursinus) (2013)

Heat Stress and Extreme Heat Events in Singapore and Hong Kong (2013)

The effects of permanent and temporary fire refugia on the distribution of invertebrates (2013)

Compete of Harmonise? On regulatory divergence in linking emissions trading schemes (2013)

Exploring the suitability of rainwater tanks for domestic (2013)

Coping with drought and frost: Famine foods and migration during the 1997-98 El Niño event in rural Papua New Guinea (2013)

Rainfall and water resources in the Upper Murrumbidgee Catchment Peiyuan (2013)

Using a Bottom-Up GIS approach to model Yawuru collective values along the foreshore of Broome, WA (2013)

Soil organic carbon under pasture-cropping and conventional-cropping: The interaction of management with soil horizons and cover types (2013)

Leptospirosis and Rainfall in the Pacific: Does it Tell Us Enough? (2013)

Tick Tock: Evolutionary history and dispersal capacity of Little Blue Penguin ticks (2013)

Public Policy for a Low Carbon Economy: A Case Study Analysis of the Australian Clean Energy Future Package in the Australian (2013)

Taking the public seriously: Factors affecting trust in coal seam gas development (2013)

Home fires burning: A case study of community engagement in a fire-prone region (2013)

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