[[Who is the UCD MSc Applied Science for?]] The UCD MSc Applied Science (Environmental Science) is designed for recent graduates in Science, Engineering or Architecture or graduates employed by Local Authorities, State or Semi-state agencies, Industry and Environmental consultants.
[[What will I learn from the UCD MSc Applied Science?]] The UCD Masters Programme in Applied Science (Environmental Science) provides graduates with a thorough knowledge of Environmental Science and its application in solving environmental problems. It will equip students with skills to develop a career in environmental assessment, evaluating potential change in environmental quality in response to various land-use and other activities and in the development of management and conservation strategies as well as contributing to policy formulation. Students will work with a multidisciplinary team of experts covering the key aspects of Environmental Science.
[[How will I benefit from the UCD MSc Applied Science?]] The UCD MSc Applied Science (Environmental Science) course will provide you with the knowledge base, skills and confidence to participate in multidisciplinary projects dealing with environmental issues, assessment, management or policy development.
What is the UCD MSc Applied Science (Environmental Science) programme about? The UCD MSc Applied Science (Environmental Science) programme seeks to provide a broad training in the Science underpinning environmental assessments and related disciplines. There is a heavy emphasis on practical training in fieldwork, laboratory analyses, information sourcing, data analysis, reporting and communication. Some exercises provide experience in planning and teamwork.
Entry to this programme requires an honours bachelors degree with a minimum overall result of a second class honours grade two (or equivalent). If English is not your native language, unless you have done your primary degree through English in an English speaking country, an English language qualification is required e.g. TOEFL, IELTS.
Recipient: University College Dublin
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