MSc-PgDip-PgCert Sustainable Communities and Environments

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  • Entry requirements
    This course is suitable if you • have an undergraduate degree or equivalent qualification • are a manager already working in a related area and you want to expand your professional skills It is best suited if you are clear about your professional and academic development needs, and can identify the subject themes you wish to study.
  • Academic title
    MSc/PgDip/PgCert Sustainable Communities and Environments
  • Course description
    The flexibility of the course means you can tailor your study by choosing from a wide range of modules. You can focus on areas such as • urban and regional planning • transport planning • housing policy and practice • urban regeneration • environmental and countryside management • geographical information systems.

    You learn how to manage the physical environment, people and processes. Cross-cutting themes include • urban, rural and social policy • economic development • environmental sustainability • community engagement.

    You can find employment in various public, voluntary and private sector organisations involved in developing sustainable communities and environments.

    During the course there are opportunities to use work experience to developing assessments, and to undertake work-based learning. You may also be able to take a field trip to China as part of the global perspectives on regeneration module.

    Associated careers

    This course helps you gain employment or develop your career prospects in areas such as • regeneration • housing • built environment • environmental sustainability.

    Course content

    Core modules
    • applied research methods • dissertation

    Eight from modules including • economy, society and politics • professional management skills • global perspectives on regeneration • housing development and regeneration • neighbourhood management • community safety • development management • environmental impact assessment • urban design frameworks • urban renewal • heritage management • transport appraisal • professional learning in the work place (sustainable communities)

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