This programme aims to provide both an understanding of the processes that give rise to environmental degradation and pollution problems, and a capability in management of natural resources. Climate change is a particularly important threat, and is an issue that is dealt with in-depth in a number of the course modules.
Students progressing to the MSc will undertake a further 3 month period of directed study leading to the production of a dissertation in late September. Each module will be assessed by a combination of course work and examination. The examination paper will administered at the end of this period.
Modules include: Atmospheric quality and global change; Land use/environmental interactions; Professional and research skills practice.
Preferably a 2.1 Honours degree or equivalent in a biological, environmental or physical science, geography, engineering, economics or other relevant subject.