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MSc Pollution and Environmental Control

Course Description

Pollution and Environmental Control
Course structure and modules
The programme is divided into three parts :

60 credits of Core taught course units running from October to May
60 credit taught courses comprised of four optional 15 credit modules running from January to May.
60 credit research project carried out from April to the middle of September.
Students can swop between this course and the Masters in Applications in Environmental Science subject to academic performance in the 60 credit core taught element.

Environmental Science Core
Measuring and Predicting 30 credits (compulsory)
Tutorial and Workshop Module 15 credits (compulsory)
Human Impacts on the Biosphere 15 credits (recommended)
Or one of:
Living with Climate Change 15 credits (optional)
Water Chemistry 15 credits (optional)
Environmental Law 15 credits (optional)
Environmental Impact Assessment 15 credits (optional)

Other relevant optional units may be taken subject to approval of programme coordinator and the unit coordinator such as:

Water Movement
GIS & Environmental Applications
Environment and Development
Planning for Environmental Change
Global Environmental Politics

Optional Taught Course Units
Choose four from:

Global Environmental Change 15 credits (optional)
Surface Processes 15 credits (optional)
Seismic and Volcanic Hazards 15 credits (optional)
Organic Geochemistry 15 credits (optional)
Problems in Environmental Mineralogy and Chemistry 15 credits (optional)
Sediment Transport Mechanisms 15 credits (optional)
Clouds, Aerosols & Atmospheric Processes 15 credits (optional)
Climate Change Impacts and Adapation 15 credits (optional)
Environmental Change 15 credits (optional)
Environmental Monitoring & Modelling Practice 15 credits (optional)
Sustainable Waste Management 15 credits (optional)
Planning and Managing Development 15 credits (optional)
Strategic Environmental Assessment 15 credits (optional)

Other relevant optional units taken subject to approval of programme coordinator and the unit coordinator.

Research Project
Research Project 60 credits (compulsory)

Postgraduate Certificate/Diploma
For the award of Postgraduate Certificate the student must obtain 60 credits of taught modules only.

For the award of a Postgraduate Diploma the student must obtain 120 credits distributed as follows:

90 credits from the taught element
30 credits from the Research project or extended essay
Disclaimer: Our modules teach the current trends in environmental sciences. Consequently, details of our modules may vary over time. The University therefore reserves the right to make such alterations to modules as are found to be necessary. Before accepting your offer of a course, it is essential that you are aware of the current terms on which the offer is based. This includes the modules available to you. If in doubt, please contact us.

Visit the MSc Pollution and Environmental Control page on the University of Manchester website for more details!

Entry Requirements

Applications are welcome from students with a good first degree (minimum 2.1 or equivalent) in a scientific or technological discipline from a recognised university.Further information can be found at: View Website

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