M.Sc International Environmental Management


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Important information

Typology Master
Methodology Online
Duration 2 Years
Credits 120
Online campus Yes
Virtual classes Yes
  • Master
  • Online
  • Duration:
    2 Years
  • Credits: 120
  • Online campus
  • Virtual classes

This course is an International course in collaboration with University of Northampton, here the class will be taken through online and the students will get exposure from both Indian and International faculty

Latest Environmental assessment tools like Remote sensing and GIS are given more priority and will have hands on experience.

Frequent Asked Questions

· Requirements

Candidates should possess a first or second-class honours degree from a UK/ Indian universities/ institutions or equivalent. That degree will normally be in a recognised environmental science discipline such as physical geography, biology, environmental chemistry, geology or a related area (including engineering). Those with degrees in other social science subjects including law will also be considered, according to the interests and background of the candidate

What you'll learn on the course

Environmental Impact
Change Management
Sustainable Development
Environmental Psychology
Wastes Management
Management of Risk

Teachers and trainers (1)

Jaganathan Ramasamy Gowder
Jaganathan Ramasamy Gowder
Professor and Head

Title of qualification awarded Ph.D Post Graduate Course PG Diploma M.Sc Duration 1989-1994 Feb-Jul, 1994 Jan-Dec, 1990 1987-1989 Name of the Institution Bharathidasan University, India Water Resources Research Centre, Hungary Indian Institute of Ecology and Environment, India University of Madras, India Principal subjects Earth Sciences Hydrology Ecology and Environment Applied Geography

Course programme

The modules are worth 20 credits and each takes 12 weeks to complete. This includes time specifically set aside so that you can focus on working on assignments. The Modules available include: Research & Analytical Methods; Climate Change and Risk Management; Environmental Management Policy and Control; Wastes Management in India; Pollution Abatement Technologies; GIS and Remote sensing; Sustainable Development; Environmental Psychology and the International Research Thesis (MSc only; 60 credits).

The MSc programme is normally studied part-time over a three year period. On average, most students need to study for about 12-15 hours per week, although it may be more or less depending on your background and study experience

Climate Change and risk Management
Environmental management policy
Waste Management
sustainable development

Additional information

In a unique collaboration, the universities of Madras and Northampton are offering a joint Master’s Degree programme in international environmental management.  MSc. International Environmental Management provides an exciting and unique opportunity to benefit from a modular part-time programme of studies, gain a degree from a UK university and enhance your employment opportunities. The learning and teaching is primarily delivered via a Virtual Learning Environment, fully supported by Module Learning Packs and academic tutors from both Universities via email, and face-to-face week long workshops that are held annually at the University of Madras. The part-time nature of the awards allows the balancing of the demands of family and the workplace, with the attraction of gaining post-graduate qualifications   MSc International Environmental Management has been specifically designed to meet the needs and ever growing sustainability demands of a rapidly developing and modern India. It aims to provide students from a diversity of backgrounds (e.g. Government, industry and NGOs) with the opportunity to develop the skills and knowledge at postgraduate level that will enable them to become effective environmental managers. Students will develop the critical, analytical skills associated with postgraduate training as well as acquiring a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the principles of environmental management. In addition to the acquisition of subject-specific skills and knowledge, the programmes of study equips its graduates with a range of transferable skills, providing a solid foundation for advancement into further research, if so desired.   Within the VLE, students can communicate with staff and fellow students.

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