You would normally have as a minimum, a lower second class honours degree. Alternative qualifications / experience will be considered with consultation.
Months of entry
Course contentAn understanding of Biodiversity and its management is increasingly important. This is reflected in the various employment opportunities with consultancies, local councils, national agencies and voluntary bodies. However what is increasingly becoming an all graduate profession is rarely taught to any depth on undergraduate courses. This Masters programme aims to equip the graduate to work in this area by delivering a cohesive programme comprising interesting and relevant modules whilst also addressing the environmental components of the current school curriculum.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Course Information, Advice and Guidance Team
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