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£15,442 per year -full time

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Two key questions facing our nation are how to maintain the health and integrity of our natural environment and how to ensure ecosystem services are protected for generations to come. On completion of the Master of Environmental Management (with specialisations), you’ll be able to use environmental management techniques to address a range of problems associated with these questions, including novel and complex problems that require innovation and creativity.Your subject choices can allow you to specialise in different aspects of conservation, water or natural resource management. You may also choose to exit after four subjects (32 points) with the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Management, or after eight subjects (64 points) with the Graduate Diploma of Environmental Management, depending on your needs and goals. Exit points from the master’s program provide considerable flexibility, enabling you to gain the knowledge and qualifications you need to add to your credentials.

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