Taught course

Supplementary Studies in Graduate School of Natural Resources, Law, Policy and Management

Institution
University of Dundee · School of Social Sciences
Qualifications
Masters Level Modules

Entry requirements

An overall average of at least C3 on the first degree is a pre-requisite for being considered for admission to the 2nd degree. Eligible candidates will have already fully satisfied the entry requirements for admission to their first degree.

LLM: * Climate Change and Energy Law and Policy * Energy Law and Policy * Environmental Law and Policy * International Business Law and Transactions * International Dispute Resolution and Management * Mineral Law and Policy * Natural Resources Law and Policy * Petroleum Law and Policy * Petroleum Taxation and Finance MSc in Energy Studies without specialisation or with one of the following specialisations: * Energy and the Environment * Energy Economics * Energy Finance * Energy Policy * Oil and Gas Economics * Energy Regulation MSc International Oil and Gas Management MBA International Oil and Gas Management MBA International Mineral Resources Management

Months of entry

September

Course content

Education in energy and natural resources studies has never been more relevant than it is today. Nor have the dilemmas of intensive resource use across the planet been so much the focus of controversy. At CEPMLP we encourage students to join staff in engaging with the challenge of designing sustainable and responsible resource management techniques. Our courses in law, economics and management are constantly being fine-tuned to respond to each new generation of students, and are informed by our ongoing research investigations. Our interdisciplinary programmes are sufficiently flexible as to allow students to take modules from across the law, economics and management disciplines.

Qualification and course duration

Masters Level Modules

full time
6-9 months

Course contact details

Name
Kathleen A Shortt
Email
k.a.shortt@dundee.ac.uk
Phone
+44 (0)1382 385897