This programme addresses the need to set a new curriculum for human societies and also the skill and knowledge needs required for the environment industry, predicted to be the largest industry in the 21st century. A considerable part of the programme is taught by leading practitioners including the Environment Agency of England and Wales, and Defra (UK Department of Food and Rural Affairs).
Initially, you will attend seven core modules that provide a unifying basis of understanding. This is developed further during three elective modules. The taught modules are complemented by an individual, four-month dissertation.
This stage provides a common platform of underpinning knowledge at Postgraduate Certificate level in the basics of water and environmental management. There are seven compulsory modules:
This stage provides specialist knowledge to Postgraduate Diploma level in a range of carefully chosen options. You choose two modules from the following:
NB: Availability of elective modules is subject to sufficient demand.
For further information on programme and unit outlines please visit the Academic Quality and Partnerships Office.
The programme is completed with the submission of a research-based dissertation.
For further information and how to apply online please visit the links. The Cabot Institute brings multidisciplinary research into all aspects of global environmental change.
The MSc was taught by some of the country’s leading professionals, and we were able to visit many industrial establishments.
Tim John, MSc in Water and Environmental Management