Ecology & Environmental Monitoring (Dumfries Campus) - MSc

University of Glasgow    College of Social Sciences

Full time & Part time September MSc 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time
Biological Sciences (4) Environmental Sciences (13)

About the course

The global biodiversity crisis and threats to global sustainable development have highlighted the need for specialists in species identification, population monitoring, and conservation.

This Masters programme in Ecology & Environmental Monitoring will help you develop essential skills in species identification, taxonomy, and ecology, and to become a catalyst for effective conservation and the preservation of biodiversity across the globe.

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Entry Requirements

2:1 Honours degree or equivalent in a relevant subject. Relevant subjects may include: Biology, Ecology, Zoology, Environmental Science and Sustainability, Environmental Management, Global Sustainable Development, or Nature Conservation.

Individuals with professional experience working or volunteering in the fields of conservation, ecology, and environmental/land management and/or monitoring may also be considered even if they do not necessarily hold a 2:1 qualification.

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