Part time Master's Degree in Biology in Oceania

Search Part time Masters Programs in Biology in Oceania 2018/2019

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In order to successfully obtain a Masters qualification, you will need to obtain a number of credits by passing individual modules. Most taught Masters will have a number of core modules which you must take and pass in order to obtain the qualification. The assessment of research Masters is almost always entirely by a single dissertation module or project.

Learning more about the biological aspects of the human body can be the basis for further study in pharmacology or in medical school. For those who want to teach science, a biology education can be combined with training to earn a teaching credential.

Due to the numerous countries within Oceania, work occasions and work permit laws differ greatly, with data on opportunities in some nations being limited. Australia and New Zealand are the most advanced countries in the area.

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Master in Biology

Brawijaya University
Campus Part time July 2019 Indonesia Malang

Vision: to be an exemplary institution in science and mathematics education, with international standards and a great support to the applied sciences, in order to improve human welfare. [+]

Master in Biology

Vision, Mission, and Objectives

Vision: to be an exemplary institution in science and mathematics education, with international standards and a great support to the applied sciences, in order to improve human welfare.

Mission

Form quality graduates. Play an active role in creating and developing science and technology. Increase public appreciation of all MIPA's. Support the development of applied sciences at the university.

Aims

Organize the teaching and learning process Conduct high-quality research. Disseminate research results to the public. Have a role in the development of science at national and international levels. [-]

Master of Conservation Biology

Victoria University of Wellington
Campus Part time 12 - 24 months January 2019 New Zealand Wellington

Human impact, loss of biodiversity and a growing awareness of environmental change make conservation biology more important every day. [+]

Overview

Human impact, loss of biodiversity and a growing awareness of environmental change make conservation biology more important every day.

Linking conservation, ecology, biodiversity and sustainability, the Master of Conservation Biology is a one-year, 180-point professional Master's. You'll get the scientific expertise you need to do conservation work in New Zealand and around the world.

Wellington is an international hotspot for biodiversity and studying with the School of Biological Sciences you'll learn from world leaders in conservation practice—internationally respected scientists whose work informs the management of New Zealand’s unique biota.

Using theoretical and field-based approaches in a range of terrestrial and marine environments, you’ll explore the processes of conservation biology. Examine internationally renowned examples of conservation best practice in action, and gain skills in experimental design, the collection, and analysis of data and the presentation of research results.... [-]


Master of Marine Conservation

Victoria University of Wellington
Campus Part time 12 - 24 months March 2019 New Zealand Wellington

With the increasing pressures on the marine environment, both in the South Pacific region and worldwide, experts in the conservation and management of marine organisms and ecosystems are in demand. [+]

Overview

With the increasing pressures on the marine environment, both in the South Pacific region and worldwide, experts in the conservation and management of marine organisms and ecosystems are in demand.

As a world leader in marine conservation, New Zealand is a great place to develop your expertise in the field. Its unique and lengthy coastline is home to numerous marine organisms—from the tiny phytoplankton to the endangered New Zealand sea lion.

Study with Victoria's School of Biological Sciences, a leader in marine biology research. Examine marine conservation issues and practice using examples from New Zealand, Australia, South Pacific and wider Indo-Pacific region, which can be applied worldwide.... [-]