This course enables students to gain a deeper understanding of environmental processes and techniques for managing environmental change; they study how to assess the causes and manage the consequences of environmental, climatic and land use change, and choose to take either a research or a consultancy stream.
Modules include: Methods for environmental research environmental research design and application; river processes and management; environmental science and policymaking; plus optional modules.
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- A Minimum standard is a 2.1 degree or international equivalent, e.g. GPA of 3.25 from a US university, with preference given to geography, natural sciences (such as environmental science, physics, chemistry and biology) and engineering subjects; candidates who do not achieve a 2.1 but have professional or voluntary experience may also be considered; mature candidates are considered favourably.