What Will You Study
With the EU-wide acceptance of the need to transition to lower carbon energy regimes, very significant employment opportunities have opened up in both the public and private sector to foster the uptake of ‘alternative’ patterns of energy supply and demand. The MSc Energy and the Environment is a response to this need whilst recognising that energy provision and use is not simply an engineering issue. The taught component of the programme is interdisciplinary and encompasses environment, engineering and policy. The program is completed by an extended research project, working on an energy sector application, often developed in conjunction with an industrial partner.
You will study a range of modules as part of your course, some examples of which are listed below.
- Climate and Society
- Perspectives on Environment and Development
- Environmental Management
- Environmental Auditing
- Climate Change and Society
- Food Security, Agriculture and Climate Change
- Data assimilation and integration
- Catchment Protection (field course)
- The Causes and Consequences of Environmental Radioactivity
- Global Change and the Earth System
- Environmental Aspects of Renewable Energy
- International Environmental Law
- Energy Conversion
- Life Cycle Analysis
- Renewable Energy
- Nuclear Engineering Systems
- Numerical Skills
Information contained on the website with respect of modules is correct at the time of publication, but changes may be necessary, for example as a result of student feedback, or staff changes, or new research.
Director of Studies: Dr Andy Jarvis.
Duration: 12 months full-time, 24 months part-time.
Entry requirements: Upper second class honours degree, or its equivalent, in a relevant subject. We can also consider applicants with a lower second class (or equivalent) if they have relevant work experience (including voluntary work).
IELTS: 6.5 or equivalent.
Assessment: Coursework, presentations, examinations and dissertation.
Funding: All applicants should consult our information on fees and funding.
- Biological Science : PhD
- Contamination, Risk Assessment and Remediation : MSc
- Data Science for the Environment : MSc
- Ecology (by Research) : MSc
- Ecology and Conservation : MSc
- Electronic Engineering : MSc
- Engineering : PhD
- Engineering (by Research) : MSc
- Engineering Project Management : MSc
- Environment and Development : MA
- Environment and Development : MSc
- Environment and Law : LLM
- Environment, Culture and Society : MA
- Environmental and Biochemical Toxicology : MSc
- Environmental Management and Consultancy : MA
- Environmental Science : PhD
- Environmental Science (by Research) : MSc
- Environmental Science and Technology : MSc
- Food Challenges for the 21st Century : PgCert
- Geography : MPhil/PhD
- Human Rights and the Environment : LLM/MA
- International Innovation (Computer Science) : MSc
- International Innovation (Design) : MSc
- International Innovation (Engineering) : MSc
- International Innovation (Entrepreneurship) : MSc
- International Innovation (Environmental Science) : MSc
- International Innovation (Telecommunications) : MSc
- Mechanical Engineering : MSc
- Mechanical Engineering : PGDip
- Mechanical Engineering with Project Management : MSc
- Plant Sciences (by Research) : MSc (research)
- Resource and Environmental Management : MSc
- Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security : MSc
- Sustainable Water Management : MSc
- Volcanology and Geological Hazards : MSc
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