Taught course

Environmentall Management

University of Stirling · Faculty of Natural Sciences

Entry requirements

A minimum of a 2:2 Honours degree in a relevant subject, or its equivalent. Consideration is given to other candidates with substantial relevant professional experience. Enquiries are welcome from all prospective students confident in their ability to handle scientific and numerical information.

Months of entry


Course content

he course provides both a secure foundation in the scientific principles of conservation and the opportunity to specialise in particular areas via the selection of relevant modules and the research project. Areas of potential specialisation include habitat restoration, land and water management, environmental economics, habitat and biodiversity management and application of GIS and remote sensing. There is a compulsory residential field course in ID skills, which takes place in the Cairngorm National Park. The course is equally relevant to recent and mature graduates seeking a career in conservation science, governmental and non-governmental organisations.

Our course gives students:

  • An understanding of the scientific principles that underpin conservation and sustainability
  • An understanding of the economic, social, political and legal frameworks for conservation
  • A comprehensive training in relevant practical, investigative, research and generic skills.

Course Objectives

Graduates from this course will have gained knowledge in the broad field of conservation science, including collecting and analysing relevant data for sustainable decision-making and transferable skills relevant to future employment at national and international level.

Fees and funding

For further information on possible sources of funding


Qualification and course duration


part time
27 months
full time
12 months


part time
21 months
full time
9 months

Course contact details

Rose Goodacre
+ 44 (0) 1786 467842