The MSc in Environmental Management explores the exploitation of natural environments and the relationships between sustainable environmental management and natural ecosystems. It examines how sustainable environmental management and behavior can be promoted and achieved.
The MSc in Environmental Management (Energy) examines current ideas in energy production, conservation, economic value, and the essential "energy trilemma". Once you graduate, you will qualify for GradIEMA professional status. You may also fast-track to PIEMA (practitioner status) with the completion of a work-based competence assessment. This can be a launch pad for future leadership roles.
The final master's award title will be reflected by your chosen pathway:
- Environmental Management MSc
–this core pathway explores the rationale behind the exploitation of natural environments. It provides you with detailed knowledge and understanding of the important relationships between sustainable environmental management and natural ecosystems and the value of adopting an integrated approach to studying both.
Reasons to choose Kingston University
- These courses meet the need for environmental professionals who understand the challenges of sustainable environmental management.
- Kingston has established active links with European and American universities, ensuring the courses are globally relevant.
- These courses offer practical fieldwork experience.*