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  Innovation in Sustainable Built Environments - MSc

Online University College of Estate Management    Estate Management

Part time September MSc 2 years part time
Business & Management (5) Economics (10) Environmental Sciences (13) Geography (17) Psychology (31)

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Unleash your potential with the MSc in Innovation in Sustainable Built Environments. This programme is tailored for forward-thinking professionals eager to lead the charge towards a sustainable future in the built environment industry. Through engaging with peers and academic experts, you will delve into diverse perspectives, challenge norms, and grasp the essence of sustainability policies and research. The programme offers a flexible part-time structure with three qualification levels, allowing you to tailor your learning journey. From Realities of Sustainability to Sustainable Materials and Technologies, each module equips you with the tools to drive change and innovation in your organization. The entry requirements are flexible, welcoming individuals with various academic backgrounds and industry experience. If you are a change-maker seeking to enhance your influence and expertise in sustainable built environments, this programme is your gateway to success. Embrace innovation, drive sustainability, and shape the future with this transformative MSc programme.

About the course

The appetite for sustainability and environmental skills across the built environment is increasing. Companies are aligning their business models and processes with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in mind; but sustainability isn’t static, it evolves and changes.

Senior leaders and sustainability experts need to be future-thinking and challenge what has gone before or been set in strategy. You may well know what your organisation is doing but do you know why, and is it the right thing to do?

Through peer discussion and academic input, you will gain insight into different perspectives, argue conflicting interests and develop an understanding of the underpinning policies, research and discourse.

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Entry Requirements

A Bachelor’s degree with honours at upper second standard (2:1) or equivalent


A Bachelor’s degree with honours at lower second standard (2:2) or equivalent and be employed in a relevant role


A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent plus three years’ experience in a relevant field


A level 5 qualification as defined by the Framework for Higher Education Qualifications for England, Wales and Northern Ireland (FHEQ) plus five years’ relevant experience


A professional qualification plus five years’ relevant experience, two of which should be at senior management level.


£9800 total cost
This is the total cost for x9 modules (180 credits)

10 credit module = £545

20 credit module = £1090

40 credit module = £2170

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