Masters in Ecological Science in Europe
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A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.
Ecological science includes the study of energy systems, wildlife, natural resources, cultural heritage, and conservation. Learning about the many different topics within ecological science may help students to better understand environmental issues from a global standpoint.
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Alpine ecology is an academic field focusing on how abiotic and biotic factors affect the distribution and dynamics of species and populations in alpine environments.
Ecology and environment protection is a profile that prepares highly qualified specialists that possess necessary competencies for ecology-oriented decision-making in the sphere of natural resource use and other sectors of national economy, management of greening process in manufacturing, determination of optimal ways for development and efficient management of natural resources.
The Master in Advanced Ecological Buildings is an 11-month immersive academic programme with an emphasis on using a practice-oriented approach to train professionals with advanced expertise in the design and construction of ecological buildings. The programme takes place in Valldaura Labs, in Barcelona, Spain.
The Department of Ecology and Environmental Science at Umeå University offers a 2-year Master of Science Program for students that would like to specialize in Geoecology.