Environmental Assessment and Management
School - School of Environment & Life Sciences
Subject area - Environment Work, Health and Organisations
Start Date(s): September; January
MSc (one year full-time or up to three years part-time)
MSc (16 months full-time or up to three years part-time)
Part-time - £1,260 per 30 credit module
UK - £7,560
International - £13,860
- Recognised by the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) as having cognate degree status
- Site visits, residential courses and field work offer practical experience ensuring that you are prepared for industry practice
- All students undertake project work with private, public and third sector organisations to develop practical and professional skills
- Part-time study option
- Work/industrial placement opportunity
- International students can apply
This course offers a broad curriculum studying the relationships between human and natural components of the environment alongside developing the capacity to implement measures for analysing and managing environmental impacts of organisations.
Designed to produce graduates sufficiently equipped to play a leading role in the formulation, implementation and evaluation of environmental policy initiatives within the environmental industries, this course will enable you to develop essential knowledge and skills to progress into a professional career in environmental management, regulation or consultancy.
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You will be engaged with a number of ideas drawn from law, economics and the social and physical sciences which are of relevance to the theory and practice of environmental assessment and management. Modules address existing and emerging challenges and explore contemporary management, technological and regulatory systems designed to reduce environmental risks.
A key feature of this course is applied learning and an emphasis on authentic, experimental problem based learning ensuring that you will benefit from experience as well as being supported in reviewing your own progress towards career goals.
For the MSc, the full-time and part-time routes comprise three 14-week trimesters or five 14-week trimesters, which you can take within one or three years respectively. There are two intakes per year allowing flexibility in regards to the time you wish to begin your study (September or January).
Within the full-time course, you will study eight taught modules as well as completing a dissertation. Six modules are compulsory with two studied in trimester 1 and the remaining four in trimester 2. For the remaining two modules in trimester 1 you have optional choices, see below for available choices.
For part-time students the taught components span two academic years each consisting of two trimesters between September and May. Year 1 involves the study of four core modules. Year 2 involves the study of two core and two optional modules. During your third year of the course you will complete a dissertation