Master Water Security and International Development - Máster en Planes de Seguridad del Agua y el Desarrollo Internacional
This postgraduate course will develop an awareness of the planning and regulations related to Nuclear Safety, Security and Safeguards projects. The nuclear industry will continue to provide a significant proportion of the UK´s energy needs over the next ten years and this percentage will increase as new nuclear power stations come on stream at the end of this decade and beyond. As a result, the MSc Nuclear Safety, Security and Safeguards course has been developed directly in line with recent Government plans for higher education institutions to work closely with niche industries; developing customised programmes and building relationships with employers. The course is uniquely designed and is delivered from a UCLan campus, offering employees already working within the sector and assisting employer led provisions, a flexible programme to fit in around their work patterns. Access to those people from the general engineering sector is also being encouraged.
For UK/EU students: An honours degree at 2:2 or above in a relevant scientific, engineering or technology subject related to a role in the nuclear industry is required. Students with other related qualifications not at degree level but having relevant industry experience are welcome to apply.
Overseas equivalent qualifications together with an English Language qualification at IELTS 6.5 or above (or equivalent) if English is not your first language, are required.
Nuclear Energy and the Nuclear Fuel Cycle
Nuclear Law, and Nuclear Safety Regulation
The Delivery of Nuclear Safety
Nuclear Law, and Nuclear Security and Safeguards Regulation
The Delivery of Nuclear Security and Safeguards
Nuclear-Related Postgraduate Dissertation
Research Methodology and Project Managment
Leadership Strategies and Skills in Nuclear Related Environment