A masters refers to the completion of a graduate study program that prepares students to further their knowledge of a specific subject or advance their careers. The majority of masters are granted by state or public universities.
Request Information Part time Masters Degrees in Environmental Study 2017
Environmental management profiles the graduate as a multidisciplinary professional in the field of planning and management of sustainable development in all its aspects. It provides theoretical as well as practical knowledge of the protection of elements of the environment and influences of activities on the environment, from economic and legislative area, mediates progressive systems of management and project development, as well as instruments of environmental marketing supplemented with subjects of working with the public. [+]
The Master’s Programme in Water Supply, Water Discharge and Rational Use and Protection of Water Resources provides its graduates with the market-demanded knowledge and skills to independently and freely start development of construction of water supply and sewerage systems and properly manage the construction process in a sustainable and safe manner. [+]
The Master's Degree in Marine Biology: Biodiversity and Conservation by the University of La Laguna brings together in its approach the great experience of more than forty years of teaching and research in this field developed in the ULL. It will have a strong character of practical and applied training. [+]
The Master’s programme in Environment and Resource Management is organized by the Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM), which is one of... [+]
Master in Environment and Resource Management
The Master’s programme in Environment and Resource Management is organized by the Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM), which is one of Europe’s oldest and most respected research institutes in the environmental sciences. The IVM receives high evaluations for its excellent research quality by external quality reviews and also scores very well in a citation analysis of reviewed journal articles. Our research projects range from the analysis of local challenges such as funding environmental services to farmers, the use of civil juries to facilitate public participation in water management, adaptation to climate change in the Netherlands, national challenges such as greening the gross domestic product, to global challenges such as analysing international negotiations and North-South financial mechanisms. The primary aim of the Environment and Resource Management programme is to build a critical mass in key disciplines and research themes by training multi-disciplinary, independent and entrepreneurial researchers with a passion for combining excellence in science with societal engagement.... [-]