£552 per credit
The MS in Environmental Sciences is an interdisciplinary degree combining science and non-science courses from across the University. The degree provides applied, cross-disciplinary training preparing students to solve environmental problems using the scientific method combined with a knowledge of environmental regulations and policy. Students gain knowledge through research and coursework in quantitative research methods, natural sciences, and political science, planning or geography.
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