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The Master of Environment is a flexible, multidisciplinary course that will develop knowledge and skills for professional practice in environment or sustainability. Read more

The Master of Environment is a flexible, multidisciplinary course that will develop knowledge and skills for professional practice in environment or sustainability. Depending on your academic background, interests and career aspirations you can choose from over 200 subjects taught by ten different faculties.

The Master of Environment provides specialisation in a field of environmental practice and capacity to work across disciplines for environmental decision making. You will have the opportunity to participate in research projects, internship placements, overseas study, and collaborative problem-solving projects.

PATHWAYS

The two year (200 point) Master of Environment pathway is a Professional Entry pathway suitable for graduates with an undergraduate degree in a relevant discipline with an overall average of 65%.

The one year (100 point) pathway Master of Environment is a Professional Development Pathway suitable for graduates with an Honours degree or equivalent in a relevant discipline with an overall average of 65%. Graduates with at least five years of relevant work experience following a Bachelor degree may also be eligible for this pathway.

The qualification structure requires completion of two core multidisciplinary subjects. Students complete a stream in a defined specialist field of environmental knowledge, or may complete a tailored specialisation in a relevant field.

SPECIALIST FIELDS OF STUDY:

Since 2008, the University of Melbourne has organised a field study subject for students in the Master of Forest Ecosystem Science to Laos and Vietnam. The subject explores the relationships between people and forests in the Asia Pacific region. The subject has also been taken by students in the Master of Environment and other programs. In November 2015, with the support of Vice Chancellor's Fellow Professor Kate Auty, filmmakers Belinda Ensor and Joel Checkley joined part of the program and made a short film. It explores the experiences of past and current students and staff and highlights the importance of field-based learning in academic study.

Upon completion of this course, students will have:

  • Knowledge to undertake professional practice in environment or sustainability;
  • Specialised knowledge in an environmental discipline or field of practice, including knowledge of recent developments in this field;
  • Knowledge of the cross-disciplinary nature of environmental issues and professional practice to promote sustainable futures;
  • Knowledge of research principles and methods applicable to specialist field of environmental inquiry;
  • Ability to critically analyse and synthesise environmental knowledge;
  • Ability to envision environmental change and propose pathways to realise this change;
  • Ability to communicate complex environmental knowledge and research effectively to a range of audiences;
  • Ability to work effectively in cross-disciplinary teams;
  • Technical skills for professional practice and research in field of specialisation.

CAREER OUTCOMES

  • local, state and federal government
  • non-government organisations
  • environmental consultancy
  • environmental management
  • education and community development
  • PhD research

The Master of Environment is strongly linked with the business community and government organisations through the Community and Industry Advisory Board.



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The Graduate Certificate in Integrative Health is designed for health care professionals desiring graduate study of evidenced-based, integrated approaches to health promotion, disease prevention, and treatment. Read more
The Graduate Certificate in Integrative Health is designed for health care professionals desiring graduate study of evidenced-based, integrated approaches to health promotion, disease prevention, and treatment.  An accelerated format is available for many of the courses, so that the Certificate can be earned in three semesters or less.  Students without adequate preparation in disease etiology are strongly advised to take    HEA 500 Diseases. Those desiring advanced study in a particular integrative health area may elect, under advisement, HEA 609 Independent Study; while those desiring a clinical field experience may elect HEA 611 Field Placement, also under advisement.

To address the diverse needs of students, three options for earning the Certificate are offered:

1. Joint program leading to the Master of Public Health degree plus the Graduate Certificate in Integrative Health.
2. Evidence-based study in integrative health.
3. Integrative health coaching.

Curriculum

Below are the curricula for each option.

1. Joint MPH/Certificate in Integrative Health (45 credits)

Certificate Courses  (21 credits):

• HEA 501 Integrative Health
• HEA 538 Evaluation of Health Programs
• HEA 539 Health Promotion Program Planning
• HEA 550 Evidence-Based Medicine and Public Health
Three elective courses selected under advisement.*

MPH Courses (24 credits):

• HEA 520 Public Health Epidemiology
• HEA 526 Biostatistics for Public Health
• HEA 630 Health Care Administration
• HEA 632 Advanced Theories of Health Behavior
• HEA 648 Research Methods
• ENV 530 General Environmental Health
• HEA 649 Applied Learning Experience I
• HEA 650 Applied Learning Experience II

2.  Evidence-based study in Integrative Health (21 credits)

• HEA 501 Integrative Health
Six elective courses selected under advisement*

3. Integrative Health Coaching (21 credits)
             
• HEA 501 Integrative Health
• HEA 545 Mind/Body Medicine
• ENV 530 Environmental Health
• NTD 515 Public Health Nutrition
• KIN 615 Special Topics in Kinesiology
• HEA 610 Integrative Health Coaching
• HEA 611 Field Placement

*Suggested electives include but are not limited to:
 
• HEA 500 Diseases
• HEA 510 Adolescent Medicine
• HEA 511 Stress Management Techniques
• HEA 512 AIDS and Public Health
• HEA 543 Transcultural Health Practice
• HEA 545 Mind/Body Medicine
• HEA 547 Principles of Botanical Medicine
• HEA 581 Special Topics:  Traditional Chinese Medicine
• HEA 581 Special Topics:  Homeopathy
• NTD 581 Perspectives on Obesity
• NTD 515 Public Health Nutrition
• HEA 609 Independent Study
• HEA 611 Field Placement

Please visit the website for descriptions of these modules:

https://wcupa.edu/HealthSciences/health/courses-ipm.asp

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This prestigious Masters programme gives you a deep understanding of the interactions between human society and the various environments we inhabit. Read more
This prestigious Masters programme gives you a deep understanding of the interactions between human society and the various environments we inhabit.

You’ll have the choice of a huge range of modules thanks to our diverse expertise, with a particularly strong current in climate change and sustainability. In fact, you can choose to adopt one of our Sustainability Pathways which exploit our research strengths in the field to provide a more focused degree. Whatever mix of modules you choose, your course will culminate in a Masters-level dissertation that allows you to explore a specific topic in greater depth.

We conduct some of the most important climate research in the world, alongside pioneering work in meteorology, oceanography, volcanology and a whole range of interdisciplinary topics, so you’ll be working with truly world-class experts on cutting-edge topics.

In collaboration with the various foundations of the Iberdrola Group, the ScottishPower Foundation has announced 28 new postgraduate energy and environment scholarship grants to be split amongst 7 of the UK’s most respected universities, including UEA.


For information on the Scottish Power Foundation Scholarship for this course, please go here:
https://www.uea.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/scholarships/scottish-power-foundation-scholarship?utm_campaign=web_listing_findamasters&utm_source=env&utm_medium=weblink&utm_content=env_science_scholarship

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The Department of Geological Sciences is designed to foster high-caliber student research that will lead to publishable results. The master's degree is intended to prepare students for a job in industry or for entrance into a PhD program. Read more
The Department of Geological Sciences is designed to foster high-caliber student research that will lead to publishable results. The master's degree is intended to prepare students for a job in industry or for entrance into a PhD program. The doctoral degree trains students for work as government research scientists, industry research scientists or academic scientists.

Research activities in the Department of Geological Sciences are far-reaching and often interdisciplinary. A major focus of the department is earth surface processes, including biogeochemistry, geochemistry, geomicrobiology, and sedimentology. Other research areas include climate change, energy and environmental processes, environmental geosciences, experimental geology, and petrology.

The Department of Geological Sciences has research center affiliations with the Center for Integrated Watershed Studies, Materials Science Program, and is in development of projects with Basin Analysis Research Center. Through these strong research collaborations and projects graduates of the Geological Sciences programs have gained employment as geologists in federal programs such as NASA, Sandia National Lab, and US Geological Survey; and in private energy, environmental and mining companies such as Conoco-Phillips, Resource Env. Management, Inc, and SECOR International.

The Master of Science degree is a two-year program in which the student concentrates on graduate level course work during the first year and on thesis research during the second year. The majority of students in the masters program have completed a bachelors degree in the geological sciences, but students with bachelors degrees in chemistry, physics, biology, mathematics or engineering are also encouraged to apply.
Our Master of Science (M.S.) degree in Geological Sciences is intended to prepare students for a job in industry or as a stepping stone to a Ph.D. degree either at Binghamton or another university. M.S. students typically take a year of coursework followed by a year of research that culminates in a publically-defended thesis. Students are encouraged to submit their thesis in the form of a publication-ready manuscript.

All applicants must submit the following:

- Online graduate degree application and application fee
- Transcripts from each college/university you have attended
- Two letters of recommendation
- Personal statement (2-3 pages) describing your reasons for pursuing graduate study, your career aspirations, your special interests within your field, and any unusual features of your background that might need explanation or be of interest to your program's admissions committee.
- Resume or Curriculum Vitae (max. 2 pages)
- Official GRE scores

And, for international applicants:
- International Student Financial Statement form
- Official bank statement/proof of support
- Official TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE Academic scores

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Study a Master's in Energy for Society in the Netherlands. Have you ever wondered how your community (village, neighbourhood, company, institution) can make the transition from fossil sourced energy to more sustainable sources? This key issue is the essence of the master Energy for Society. Read more

Study a Master's in Energy for Society in the Netherlands


Have you ever wondered how your community (village, neighbourhood, company, institution) can make the transition from fossil sourced energy to more sustainable sources? This key issue is the essence of the master Energy for Society.

The aim of the master programme is to educate Energy Transition Strategists focussing on local and regional levels of energy transition. Upon graduation you will

have a broad competence base ranging from how to build (energy) communities, sustainable energy technologies, sustainable business models, governance, communication to spatial transformations. This will enable you to initiate and support local and regional energy transition projects entrepreneurially, i.e. help define and implement community-based projects that create social, environmental and monetary value. You will be able to catalyse complex bottom-up energy transition processes and foster change in people’s ‘energy behaviour’. Working with communities, cooperatives, clusters of companies, municipalities and regional organisations you will establish a dialogue between different groups of stakeholders. 

Throughout the programme you will work and learn in close co-operation with your peers, professional practitioners, researchers and education staff using real life projects. This environment will enable you to develop the knowledge and skills needed to:

  • mobilize change in evolving landscapes by navigating a diversity of interests, creating visions and solutions leading to innovative opportunities in existing and new networks and if needed challenge the status quo 
  • co-develop energy transition strategies and support their implementation within multi-stakeholder contexts taking place in complex changing environments, leveraging relevant theoretical and practical knowledge
  • integrate the acquired interdisciplinary knowledge for handling the complexity of energy community development
  • make and evaluate judgments within the setting of energy transition and community development in the face of uncertainty
  • engage with stakeholders (specialist and non-specialist audiences) using communication styles appropriate to the context
  • independently conduct practice-oriented scientific research
  • study in a manner that may be largely self-directed or autonomous and take responsibility for their own personal learning process while actively engaging in communities of learners


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