[[Who is the MSc Environmental Technology for?]] This programme provides an intensive treatment of environmental technologies with an emphasis on air, water and soil protection. It will appeal particularly to: * Science, engineering and technology graduates * International students
[[What will I learn?]] You will acquire skills in the areas of Environmental Engineering, Risk Assessment, Air Pollution, Waste Management, Life Cycle Assessment, Buildings and Environment, Energy Systems and Sustainable Environment. You will enhance your ability to work effectively as an individual, in teams and in multi-disciplinary settings, together with the capacity to undertake lifelong learning.
[[How will I benefit?]] The programme offers: * The opportunity to discover technology solutions for air, water and soil protection * The chance to learn the relevant environmental legislation that is driving technological changes and increasing the demand for skilled graduates * Specialisation in a relevant project area
[[What is the programme about?]] The programme addresses the demand for graduates who have the skills to develop technology solutions for air, water and soil protection in existing and emerging sectors across industry (particularly agri-food and bioresources), consulting companies and regulatory authorities.
[[Programme Highlights]] * Focus on air, water and soil protection * Problem based learning in groups * Multi-disciplinary
[[Career Opportunities]] [[Where can I go?]] *Engineering consultancy *Environmental regulation *Eco-consulting and design *Public Service *Research
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Minimum of a 2nd Class honours degree in Science, Engineering, Agricultural Science, Environmental Science. Note this list is not exhaustive.
Recipient: University College Dublin
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