Environmental Sciences, MSc by Research

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  • Objectives
    It aims to provide a flexible qualification for graduates wishing to continue studying but without the constraints often inherent in taught Master's programmes. This flexibility is achieved by the integration of a small number of taught courses with a large independent project devised by the student. The large, research-based component of the programme permits students to continue with either an industrial or research-based career.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry Requirements A good first degree or a postgraduate diploma in an appropriate subject or relevant experience. All UK applicants will be interviewed
  • Academic title
    Environmental Sciences, MSc by Research
  • Course description
    The programme covers earth and environmental sciences for graduates from related scientific disciplines and mature graduates in employment wishing to upgrade and improve their knowledge.

    The research strengths of the School include applied and environmental geochemistry, palaeontology, micropalaeontology, stratigraphy, air pollution, quaternary studies, geographical information systems and remote sensing, environmental conservation and responsible tourism.

    The taught part of the programme is tailored for individual students and will reflect the proposed dissertation topic. Students may select courses from a range of Master's programmes. Dissertations usually involve a combination of fieldwork, at home or abroad, and analysis and interpretation.

    Core courses

        * Research Methodology
        * Research Project and Dissertation


    Options may be chosen from a broad range available on our Master's programmes, depending on the needs of the student's research programmes and in discussion with the project supervisor.

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