Master degrees and postgraduate courses in environmental resources are aimed at graduates, men and women interested in a career related to the environment, energy and agribusiness. Young professionals, boys and girls with a degree, bachelor or master degree, in technical science will certainly be the most frequent students of these master programs but there are also fellows with a degree in economics or humanities who choose then to give their career cut tied to environmental resources, energy sources, to protect the planet.
The MSc Aquatic Ecology by Research offers students a comprehensive practical training with a good proportion of time spent in the laboratory and field.You will develop all the skills necessary to undertake further academic or applied research through completion of an extended project.
This programme, taught by members of the School’s Earth Surface Science research theme, offers you the opportunity to investigate a theme or issue within the environmental sciences, specific to yourown interests and passions
This new and exciting programme will give you a scientific understanding of global ecological change, and provide you with the contemporary skills, tools and experience for tackling pressing environmental questions.
With aquatic ecosystems under threat from multiple stressors, we have designed a programme to equip you with the necessary interdisciplinary practical skills and theoretical understanding for direct employment or further research.
This programme combines in-depth teaching of disease mechanisms and molecular technologies with an emphasis on developing your critical and practical skills. It will provide you with the essential knowledge and skills to pursue a research career, either in a clinical or scientific setting.
The MSc Ecological and Evolutionary Genomics programme equips you with the knowledge and skills for PhD training in any area of genomics, ecology, or evolution. A collaborative research module offers you the opportunity to gain work experience with external organisations.
The course structure is designed to appeal to students with engineering, sciences or mathematics backgrounds, and is modular in format.
The LLM in Environmental Law is an interdisciplinary programme, encompassing legal, political and human rights issues of environmental protection, whilst drawing on expertise from colleagues in other Queen Mary departments, including geography, human rights and physics.