The Master of Environmental Management reflects the growing need to protect the environment and use resources of land, water, soil, plants, and animals in a balanced and sustainable way.
This programme will help you gain advanced knowledge in current land and water-based environmental management. You could specialise in the policy or economic side of environmental management. You can also study courses in important environmental management tools and techniques like GIS, Remote Sensing and Life Cycle Assessment. Your study will cover the following topics:
You'll gain an in-depth understanding of how the natural environment functions. You will also learn how societal values, needs and attitudes are reconciled with the need to maintain the integrity of ecological systems.
To enter the Master of Environmental Management (180 credits) you will have been awarded or qualified for a Bachelor of Science (Environmental Science), or close equivalent, with a minimum B average in the majoring 300-level courses.
For information on prior learning, exemptions and transfer of credit or other questions: