in Environmental Management
Environmental Management is about coordinating environmental efforts - investigating problems, developing solutions, and working in multi-disciplinary teams - to address the environmental crises that are plaguing the world. This includes numerous areas, from global warming to deforestation, soil erosion to landfills.
The Master of Applied Science (MAppSc) is a 180 point, coursework postgraduate degree. The degree can be completed in 12 months or in stages, providing flexibility for recent graduates and those currently employed.
Entry to the programme broadly requires a grade average of B+ or higher in the papers that make up the 3rd year of the undergraduate major requirement.
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If you plan on undertaking a Master Applied Science in Environmental Management, you will also need to choose a research supervisor. Your supervisor is responsible for ensuring that all administrative requirements are met. Supervisors will also assess your suitability as a master’s candidate based on your academic performance (often requiring supporting evidence), the fit between your research interests and theirs, and their availability and funding.
Master of Applied Science (MAppSc) in Environmental Management
|GEOG 471 Environmental Impact Assessment|
GEOG 472 Developments in Environmental Management
APPS 597 Supervised Independent Study