The Applied Science in Environmental Management, the Master of Planning and the Master of International Development and Planning programmes
The Applied Science in Environmental Management and the Master of Planning programmes are offered by the School of Geography and fall into two broad categories: research and taught.
Taught courses usually involve a range of core and option course elements and the submission of a dissertation. Independent study is supported by seminars and lectures. Assessment may be by coursework, as well as by written examinations and a dissertation.
Research students will focus on a specific area of research, meeting regularly with an academic supervisor who oversees the work.
Whether you are taking a taught course or studying for a research degree, you will have an academic supervisor who will provide guidance and advice throughout your course.
Environmental Management programme
Master of International Development and Planning programme
The Environment and Society minor
The Environment and Society minor looks at fundamentals of the Earth's environmental systems; and human impact on natural systems at global, national and regional scales. It also considers environmental hazards, concerns and issues; and ethical, legislative, economic, and political responses and constraints.