The Erasmus Mundus Masters Course "European Master in Applied Ecology" (EMMC-EMAE), is an exciting programme where students will have the opportunity to develop networks with at least three different University environments and three EU cultures.
With the support of European commission, the course plans to form specialists able to develop and lead ecological projects throughout the world by providing them with a wide range of competences and skills, completed by a professional specialisation in one of several leading fields of Ecology (Conservation, Toxicology, Functional ecosystem dynamics, Evolutionary ecology, Environmental sciences).
During the first year of the programme students will attend courses in two different countries. During the second year students will choose to be based in one of the EMAE Universities according to their specialisation. Fieldwork for the dissertation can be undertaken in a number of different and exciting locations around the world.
Compulsory Study (90 credits)
Students must study the following modules for 90 credits:
Option A Study (90 credits)
Students will select 90 credits from the following modules:
Students may also take modules from other Schools, subject to their approval and to timetable compatibility, with the agreement of the Course Director and of the School concerned.
BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION AND HUMAN SOCIETY
CATCHMENT WATER RESOURCES
CLIMATE CHANGE: PHYSICAL SCIENCE BASIS
EARTH AND LIFE
ECOLOGICAL MODELLING AND STATISTICS
ECOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO CLIMATE CHANGE
ECOLOGICAL SURVEY METHODS
ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE
EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY AND CONSERVATION GENETICS
GIS FOR ECOLOGY and ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
GLOBALISED AGRICULTURE AND FOOD SYSTEMS
MARINE ECOLOGY AND BIOLOGICAL OCEANOGRAPHY
PRACTICAL CONSERVATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE
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