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Masters degrees in Climate & Climate Change equip postgraduates with the skills to analyse and model past climate variability, current trends and causes of change.
Taught MSc degrees are typical for the field, though research oriented MRes and MPhil programmes may also be available at some institutions. Entry requirements normally include an undergraduate degree in a relevant subject such as Environmental Science
Courses in this field encourage youprovide an opportunity to study past, present and future climate change. They also develop an understanding of the models used to monitor these processes and their environmental impacts. to develop an understanding and modelling of future climate change, the detection and attribution of past change and the prediction of impacts of climate change on the environment.
Issues covered include topics such as adaptation and mitigation, suitability and conservation, and the social and cultural impacts of climate change. You may exploreConsideration is given to a range of ecosystems, including analysis of their biodiversity and methods for maintenance and protection. Practical training canmay include methods such as geotechnical analysis and geographical information systems (GIS). Climate change law and policy may also be a key component.
Traditional careers include routes into conservation, either for agencies, large NGOs or even charities. You may also explore work within industrial sectors such as agriculture, or government legislation and regulation.
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The challenges posed by climate change are hugely complex and require a broad range of responses from many sectors of society. We currently lack many of the appropriate policies, institutions, and societal responses. Read more
The analysis and assessment of our climate and earth system increasingly require interdisciplinary competencies. The MSc ICSS program teaches across all subjects involved in climate research in order to provide a holistic picture of the climate system. Read more
The question is no longer if our climate will change, but how will it change and how will we adapt to these changes? Adaption and mitigation to global warming, the greenhouse effect and climate change all form the basis of the master's Climate Studies programme in Wageningen. Read more
Climate Change is a growing issue for environmental policy makers at the international, national and sub-national levels, as well as for environmental managers and experts in public, private and non-profit making organisations. Read more
The MSc in Geographic Information and Climate Change gives cross-disciplinary training in the scientific basis of GIS, satellite remote sensing and earth system modelling, alongside aspects of climate change. Read more
Each year, the effects of climate change become more pronounced. People all over the world are displaced due to rising sea levels, crop-destroying droughts and increasingly frequent floods and forest fires. Read more
The MSc in Environmental Dynamics and Climate Change concentrates on global and regional environmental and climatic change. By analysing the scientific basis and limitations of models and data collection techniques you cultivate a range of valuable skills. Read more
Loss of biodiversity and natural resources, along with impacts from natural hazards and climate-induced disasters, all have a negative effect on the productivity… Read more
Based in the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) at the School of Environmental Sciences (ENV), this course will give you an authoritative understanding of climate change – including recent climate history, present-day variations and climate prediction. Read more
Our MSc in Climate Change, Management & Finance is a one-year programme that provides the necessary interdisciplinary skills required in business on issues relating to climate and environmental change. Read more
Based upon our highly successful on-campus MSc Carbon Management, this online programme utilises a blend of interactive content, videos, virtual case studies and online discussions to explore the science and business responses to climate change. Read more
It is now recognised that the level of greenhouse gas emissions that have already accumulated in the atmosphere means some climate change is inevitable, meaning that effectiveness in dealing with climate impacts is critical for the prospects of development. Read more
The MSc in Climate Change at Maynooth University is offered to provide Graduates with the knowledge, skills and experience necessary to enable them to undertake analysis of both global and Irish related climate change science, impacts and policies. Read more
We currently offer 16 on-campus taught master’s programmes, 2 on-campus research LLM programmes, and 6 online LLM programmes. Some of our programmes are listed below. Our full selection of programmes can be found on our website.
The University Centre of the Westfjords in Ísafjörður, Iceland offers two cutting-edge interdisciplinary master's programs in Coastal Studies open to students with diverse academic and professional backgrounds.
Warwick Life Sciences is an international centre of excellence.
The Department of Civil & Structural Engineering at the University of Sheffield was founded in 1917 and we have a strong research history in fundamental areas such as structures and water.
Ranked 1st in the world for development studies in the QS University World Rankings, there are few better places to study the global issues of our time than at The University of Sussex.
The University of Birmingham’s Online LLM in Energy and Environmental Law will arm you with the core principles to take on the most pressing global environmental issues.
We offer taught MSc courses in civil and environmental engineering, electrical and electronic engineering, engineering management, oil, gas and shipping, and mechanical engineering.
The world has outgrown traditional Western-centric approaches to governing international relations. The diplomats of tomorrow must be able to think and act globally to deal with an increasingly complex world.
The Graduate School of the Environment at the Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) is a community of people with a commitment to sustainability and specialist knowledge of architecture, low impact building, renewable energy engineering, climate change and environmental science. For the last 40 years CAT has pioneered sustainability practice and theory in the UK, and it promotes an integrated understanding of environmental solutions.