Master Of Science In Natural Resources Management

Course Overview

The Master of Science in Natural Resources Management is a TWO-YEAR interdisciplinary programme. The studies provide means for a deeper understanding of sustainable use and management of natural resources, as well as improved leadership and communication skills. Within the programme, students get acquainted with natural resources management related topics like land use planning and management, wildlife, fisheries, and forestry resources management, natural resources economics, disaster assessment and management, eco-balancing and decision-support systems, geographical information systems, environmental remote sensing, food security, public services and housing provision, urban and community-based management, and others.  It is possible to add elective modules such as integrated water resource management and renewable energy management It is especially designed to give the students an understanding of the importance of management for sustainable use of natural resources, an understanding of the connections and the ability to communicate between different disciplines and actors.

 

 

Course Duration: 2 Years

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Year One - Semester One


NRM51102 ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT MSC.NRM
NRM51105 STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENT IMPACT ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT MSC.NRM
NRM51106 NATURAL RESOURCES ECONOMIC AND COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS MSC.NRM


Year One - Semester Two


NRM51202 PROJECT PLANNING AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT MSC.NRM
NRM51203 URBAN AND RURAL PLANNING AND SETTLEMENT MSC.NRM
NRM51204 RESEARCH METHODS AND STATISTICS MSC.NRM


Year Two- Semester One


NRM52101 WILDLIFE AND FORESTRY RESOURCES PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT MSC.NRM
NRM52102 INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS FOR NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT MSC.NRM
NRM52104 FISHERIES RESOURCES CONSERVATION AND TECHNOLOGY MSC.NRM


Year Two- Semester Two


NRM52106 PRINCIPLES OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY MSC.NRM
NRM52107 DISSERTATION MSC.NRM