April 17, 2020
University of Exeter launches new MSc in Marine Environmental Management
The University of Exeter has recently launched an exciting new MSc in Marine Environmental Management program based at their Penryn Campus, Cornwall.
This MSc explores the relationships between coastal and marine ecosystems and human activity, and includes an international field course to the Maldives with up to ten dives possible, and UK-based fieldwork.
Global attention is now turning rapidly to how to safeguard ocean life and the people and industries that depend on it, leading to increasing demand for trained practitioners of marine environmental management. The MSc Marine Environmental Management delivers this training, giving students a thorough grounding in a wide diversity of marine ecosystems, their ecology, functioning, and values to people.
The program looks at the diverse ways in which human activities affect marine life and introduces management approaches to alleviate pressures from activities such as fisheries, tourism, coastal development and climate change. It examines in depth the science and practice of creating and managing marine protected areas to safeguard marine life and promote human livelihoods and wellbeing.
Find out more about the MSc in Marine Environmental Management.
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Content added on 17th April 2020.
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