Sustainable Resource Management: Policy & Practice MSc
1 Year Full- Time
This novel course is a multidisciplinary approach to environmental sustainability devised by UL and NUIG to respond to the continuing interest among students in an environmental/resource management taught MSc., and to market demands for graduates with more applied knowledge of the environmental sector. Strongly research led, it is unique in that it combines the expertise of both institutions in relation to urban form and function and landscape evaluation and management for conservation in a jointly awarded MSc postgraduate degree.
The 12-month long course comprises new modules taught only at postgraduate level and aims to provide participants with the skills, knowledge and experience that are needed to pursue successful careers in managing environmental resources sustainably. The course will help develop government policy and economic recovery by producing top quality graduates who can contribute to a smart economy and hasten implementation of green technologies. Given the pressure on and competition for limited resources, the course applies an evidence based approach to developing solutions for all system users. Graduates will become technically fluent in selected environmental science theory, policy development, implementation and best practice.
Students who undertake this course will:
Course Director University of Limerick
Professor Richard Moles/Dr. Bernadette O'Regan
Faculty of Science + Engineering
Dr Caitríona Carlin
Rm 206, Applied Ecology Unit
Centre for Environmental Science
School of Natural Sciences
Tel : 353-91-493 863
Email: Caitriona.firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com