MSc-PgDip Environmental Protection

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  • Objectives
    Vocational course with a substantial contribution to teaching from visiting practitioners Emphasis on a student-centred approach to learning Opportunities to undertake dissertation placements in a wide variety of public, private and voluntary sector organisations
  • Entry requirements
    Graduates with a holistic view of the environment, who have the ability to contribute to the development of environmental intervention strategies.The course provides a vocational qualification, and can also serve continuing professional development needs.
  • Academic title
    MSc/PgDip Environmental Protection
  • Course description
    The programme consists of the following modules:

    -Environmental Management
    -Research Methods
    -Air Pollution Control
    -Water Resource Management
    -Waste Management
    -Environmental Field Studies

    The MSc course is completed by a dissertation. In the case of part-time students, the dissertation is usually based in the workplace, whereas for full-time students it may involve a placement with a public, private or voluntary sector organisation. Students not wishing to continue onto the dissertation project can be awarded the Postgraduate Diploma in Environmental Protection if leaving the programme at this stage.

    Teaching is by lectures, some delivered by visiting practitioners, fieldwork; site visits, seminars and tutorials.

    Assessment is solely through coursework consisting of both individual and group assignments.

    Career progression
    Graduates from the programme are employed as environmental regulators, advisors or managers in the public, private and voluntary sectors, both in the UK and overseas

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