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Master of Science Sustainable Development and Environmental Economics

Master of Science Sustainable Development and Environmental Economics
Code Module name Credits
SD5001 Interrogating Sustainable Development 30 AND
SD5004 Introduction to Global Environmental Change 15 AND
SD5005 Master Class in Sustainable Development 15 AND
SD5103 Development and Environment 15 AND
SD5104 Public Policy and the Environment 15 AND
SD5024 Economics for the Environment 15 AND
View list Between 15 and 20 credits from Module List: SD4112, EH5102, GG5227, SS5101 - SS5104, MO5223, MN5311, MN5513, MN5554, MN5603, MN5821, MD5201 - MD5206 AND
SD4112 Global Energy Politics 30
EH5102 Environmental History: Nature and the Western World (1800-2000) (20) 20
GG5227 Introduction to Geographic Information Science 20
SS5101 Being a Social Scientist 15
SS5102 Philosophy and Methodology of the Social Sciences 15
SS5103 Qualitative Methods in Social Research 15
SS5104 Quantitative Research in Social Science 15
SG4228 Advanced Topics in Geographic Information Science (GISci) 20
MO5223 Disease and Environment (c.1500 - c.2000) (20) 20
MN5311 Responsible Investment 20
MN5513 Ethics, Organisations and Management 20
MN5554 Marketing and Society 20
MN5603 Responsibility, Sustainability and Accountability in Organisations 20
MN5821 Managing Non-Governmental Organisations 20
MD5201 Issues in global health 15
MD5202 Principles in implementation science 15
MD5203 Ten Global Health Problems 15
MD5204 Globalisation and Health 15
MD5205 Inequalities and inequities in global health 15
MD5206 Evidence synthesis for global health policy, programming, and practice 15
- Not all modules are available in every academic year and/or semester
- Individual modules may have requisites to satisfy to be eligible to select them

For further details, see the module catalogue entry for each individual module above
SD5098 Advanced study in Sustainable Development 60

Further requirements

select 180 credits in academic year

Access to optional modules not offered by the School of Geography and Sustainable Development requires the permissions of both the Adviser of Studies and the other School concerned.

Advisers may occasionally give permission to ‘dip down’ to take up to 30 credits at 3000 or 4000 level.