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University of Stirling MSc Environmental Management (Conservation)
University of Stirling

MSc Environmental Management (Conservation)

Stirling, United Kingdom

12 Months

English

Full time, Part time

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Introduction

We’ve offered our innovative Environmental Management course with a specialisation in Conservation since 2013. With this Masters degree, you’ll gain the scientific knowledge and learn the approaches for conservation science and practice.

You’ll get the opportunity to specialise in particular areas with the selection of relevant modules and in your research project. Areas of potential specialisation include:

  • Ecosystem services
  • Environmental economics
  • Conservation conflicts
  • Habitat and biodiversity management
  • Application of geographic information systems (GIS) and remote sensing

Graduates from this Masters course are knowledgeable in the broad field of conservation science. You will have skills in collecting and analysing relevant data for sustainable decision-making, as well as transferable skills relevant to your future employment at national and international level.

Top reasons to study with us

#1 Our campus is a hub for environmental and conservation organisations including the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds and the Bumblebee Conservation Trust.

#2 Opt to specialise in a pathway of your choice: Energy, Conservation or Informatics

#3 100% of our research was rated as having either outstanding or very considerable impact – ranking us joint 12th in the UK for Geography and Environmental Studies research (REF 2021)

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