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On this MSc course you’ll explore why and how we use environmental assessment, the consequences of good and bad practice and what different stakeholders expect from it. You’ll investigate case studies to clearly illustrate how environmental assessment works to deliver more sustainable outcomes. These include (amongst others):
- Planning a strategy for a new deep coal mine
- Planning a stakeholder engagement strategy
- Working out the likely impacts of a biomass power station
- Conducting a phase 1 habitat survey
- Carrying out a sustainability appraisal of a land use plan
You’ll learn to connect the environmental process with the operational stages of development by examining environmental management plans to ensure the findings are implemented. And you’ll experience the
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Degree Subject: This programme is open to students with a first degree in a related discipline and/or relevant work experience. Related disciplines cross the sciences, social sciences and arts. Degree Classification: Good first degree (minimum 2.1 or equivalent). Alternative Qualifications Please contact us if you are unsure about the suitability of your background. For more information see our website.
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“My MSc was recognised as a big advantage when I was applying for my first job in Environmental Consultancy. Being taught in a specialist department meant I gained directly relevant knowledge and skills which are invaluable in my working life.”
Frances Kirwan Former Student
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