Master Program in Coastal and Marine Management

Best 20 Masters Degrees in Coastal and Marine Management 2017

Coastal and Marine Management

The benefits of a Masters extend beyond improving your earning potential. They can provide you with personal and professional skills to accelerate your development. They are also an opportunity to differentiate yourself from your peers, many of whom will have similar A-level and undergraduate qualifications.

A Master in Coastal and Marine Management gives students a thorough understanding of resource management and the interdisciplinary nature of the topic. The topic brings together elements of business, economics, sociology, and ecology.

Master's Degree in Coastal and Marine Management

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MPhil Aquaculture

University Of Cape Coast
Campus September 2017 Ghana Cape Coast

The Master of Philosophy (MPhil) programme is of two years duration, comprising coursework in the first year and thesis research in the second year. [+]

Master Programs in Coastal and Marine Management. The Master of Philosophy (MPhil) programme is of two years duration, comprising coursework in the first year and thesis research in the second year. Admission Requirements : Prerequisites: Bachelor's degree in Biological Sciences with a Second Class Lower Division or higher OR Bachelor's degree in Fisheries related course with a Second Class Lower Division or higher In addition, candidates must pass an oral interview Specific requirements for graduation: The course work assessment during the first year is based on assignments, reports from practical work as well as quizzes. These form 40% of the total exam mark. The End of Semester examinations constitute 60% of the total mark. A thesis research in the second year will starts after successfully completing the course work. Departmental seminar presentations are held to ascertain students’ progress and to allow faculty and other students make relevant inputs. The thesis is subjected to both external and internal review after submission by the student. If successful, an oral examination (viva) is held for the student. Upon successful defence, the department then recommends to the School of Graduate Studies to consider awarding the candidate for an award of MPhil degree in Aquaculture. Level 500 [-]

Master of Engineering Science in Water, Waste & Environmental Engineering

UCD College of Engineering and Architecture
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2  September 2017 Ireland Dublin + 1 more

This programme prepares graduates to work in the broad field of environmental protection and management. Students in this programme will gain advanced theoretical and conceptual knowledge and understanding in the area of environmental engineering... [+]

MEngSc Water, Waste & Environmental Engineering FT Graduate Taught (level 9 nfq, credits 90) This programme prepares graduates to work in the broad field of environmental protection and management. Students in this programme will gain advanced theoretical and conceptual knowledge and understanding in the area of environmental engineering on topics such as engineering hydrology, environmental modelling, water and wastewater treatment, solid waste management, and environmental data analysis, among others. The programme is delivered by a School that is highly ranked among leading world universities - top 200 in the QS world subject rankings A culturally diverse group of internationally renowned academic staff deliver the programme. Who should apply? Full Time option suitable for: Domestic(EEA) applicants: Yes International (Non EEA) applicants currently residing outside of the EEA Region. Yes Part Time option suitable for: Domestic(EEA) applicants: Yes International (Non EEA) applicants currently residing outside of the EEA Region. No This programme is designed for graduates from recognised 4-year (240 ECTS) honours level bachelor of engineering programmes (or equivalent) who wish to specialise in environmental engineering. (Graduates from “first cycle” (3-year, 180 ECTS) engineering programmes should see the related ME in Civil and Environmental Engineering.) Career Opportunities Graduates from the programme will find employment as engineers in the private sector (e.g., engineering consultancy, engineering design, project management, risk assessment,waste management), in the public sector (e.g., environmental protection, regulation, standards development, local government, river basin management), and in the non governmental sector (e.g., environmental advocacies, NGO’s), or may wish to pursue further qualifications (e.g., PhD, MBA) to become even more specialised. Employers of environmental engineers include commercial firms, engineering consultancies, government agencies, and non-governmental organisations, all well known in Ireland and many with global operations. Some of these include: • RPS Group • White Young Green • Nicholas O’Dwyer • Atkins • Greenstar • Arup • McKinsey and Company • Mazars • Environmental Protection Agency • Local Authorities • Engineers Without Borders • Engineers Against Poverty • Friends of the Earth Fees, Funding and Scholarships MEngSc Water, Waste & Environmental Engineering (T277) Full Time EU fee per year - € 7490 nonEU fee per year - € 23800 MEngSc Water, Waste & Environmental Engineering (T278) Part Time EU fee per year - € 3830 ***Fees are subject to change Tuition fee information is available on the UCD Fees website. Please note that UCD offers a number of graduate scholarships for full-time, self-funding international students, holding an offer of a place on a UCD graduate degree programme. For further information please see International Scholarships. Entry Requirements Applicants need to hold a recognised bachelor’s degree (honours) in engineering (minimum 4-yr, 240 ECTS), preferably in civil engineering or environmental engineering, or equivalent with high academic grades, i.e. a minimum 2H1 Honours level or its equivalent (your transcript should include grades for each subject taken); names and contact details of two referees who can assess your intellectual ability, maturity and motivation. Applicants whose first language is not English must also demonstrate English language proficiency of IELTS 6.5 (no band less than 6.0 in each element), or equivalent. Testimonial Graduate Karl Corcoran, OCSC Consulting Engineers. I chose the MEngSc Water, Waste & Environmental Engineering because it was the only programme of this nature available in the Republic of Ireland. A mixture of lectures and workshops for several modules also allowed me to gain hands-on experience of some of the computer packages used in the fields of water, waste and environmental engineering. I am currently working with OCSC Consulting Engineers. The position I was hired for, and the main sectors that I am currently working in, were those covered in the MEngSc and having completed this masters certainly helped me to obtain employment in this field. I would highly recommend this programme. *Courses will remain open until such time as all places have been filled, therefore early application is advised [-]

Master in International Environmental Policy

Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Monterey

We educate students to be leaders in solving the world's most pressing environmental problems. Our innovative curriculum for the International Environmental Policy program develops the critical knowledge and skills to tackle complex environmental challenges especially those posed by the multiple threats from climate change. [+]

Master Programs in Coastal and Marine Management. We educate students to be leaders in solving the world's most pressing environmental problems. Our International Environmental Policy Program Our innovative curriculum for the International Environmental Policy program develops the critical knowledge and skills to tackle complex environmental challenges especially those posed by the multiple threats from climate change. As internationally recognized experts and practitioners, International Environmental Policy faculty members stay ahead of today's job market to ensure that our students are prepared for the careers of the future. Our students come from a variety of countries to pursue their interests on a wide range of interdisciplinary issues. Customized Focus Areas We have expertise at the forefront of new career opportunities in International Environmental Policy and offer interdisciplinary coursework and immersive field experience in the three following areas. Ocean and Coastal Resource Management Integrating traditional marine science and policy with economics and management to promote ocean and coastal sustainability. Business Sustainability and Development Exploring the role of markets in promoting global sustainability and sustainable development through business models, private-public partnerships, and public policy. Natural Resource Policy and Management Examining the role of the public and private sectors in conservation policy and management, from agriculture to protected areas to forestry. Joint MBA/MA International Environmental Policy Program Our Joint MBA/MA International Environmental Policy program provides an opportunity for students to earn two master's degrees in five semesters. Internships in International Environmental Policy Students gain professional experience through internships, prestigious fellowships and other real-world, immersive programs such as: Center for Blue Economy Summer Fellows Boren Fellowship Sea Grant Fellowship Fulbright Program Certificate in International Development and Social Change International Professional Service Semester Frontier Market Scouts Careers in International Environmental Policy Our graduates work within some of the most prestigious organizations around the world, in government, business, and the non-profit sectors, solving challenging environmental and sustainability issues. More than 150 environmental organizations have offices right here in the Monterey Bay area. Explore the exciting career paths our graduates have taken. [-]

Specialized Graduate Studies In Marine Resource Management

Université du Québec à Rimouski UQAR
Campus Full time September 2017 Canada Rimouski Lévis

The specialized graduate diploma (DESS) in marine resource management involves training managers with a global vision, multidisciplinary and integrated maritime domain. [+]

The specialized graduate diploma (DESS) in marine resource management involves training managers with a global vision, multidisciplinary and integrated maritime domain. It trains professionals able to use the methods, tools and management techniques to effectively contribute to decision making in the maritime sector, both operationally and strategically. The student has the opportunity to deepen their knowledge in one of the three streams of the program: fishing (fishing and aquaculture), management of the coastal and marine environment and maritime transport. Targeted audience The programs of the second cycle in marine resource management are addressed to candidates with training: Environmental sciences (biology, chemistry, geography, etc.) who wish to acquire management training applied to the field of the marine environment; in management science or in law who wish to specialize in the maritime sector. Passage Masters All courses of specialized graduate diploma (DESS) in management of marine resources are an integral part of the MA in marine resource management. It is therefore possible for a student to start his DESS path and continue to master. To complete his Masters, he must: have a minimum GPA of 3.2 to 4.3; meet the admission requirements of the Master; file a new application. Employment Opportunities Graduates in marine resource management UQAR in managerial functions, researchers and consultants in the public or private domain. The maritime sector is particularly characterized by the presence of a large number of public, semi-public and private, both in Canada and abroad: provincial and federal departments (fisheries, environment, transport, etc.); ZIP committees, river basin organizations; cities and municipalities; nongovernmental organizations (World Bank, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Organization for the Conservation of Nature, world wildlife fund, etc.); research centers and universities; private companies. What is the management of marine resources? The diversity and complexity of human intervention in the maritime sector requires serious thinking and informed decision making in order to maintain the sustainability of resources and activities essential to the survival of a large part of the world population. To maintain this continuity, it is important to have an understanding not only the natural environment but also the social, political, economic and legal that affect decision making. Marine resource management programs are built around the idea that those who want to contribute to the management and decision processes must learn how to properly use different scientific viewpoints. They integrate knowledge in management sciences, natural sciences, social sciences and law and include experts in management of fishery resources, marine and environmental studies. OBJECTIVES The general objectives: train professionals with a multidisciplinary approach that can effectively contribute to the decision making in the maritime sector; become familiar with one of the program's courses. The integration of this program with the Master allows students to easily switch to control. This profile is primarily intended for candidates who wish to acquire basic management training. This program is specifically for students who have completed a first cycle training related to the maritime sector (biology, chemistry, law, engineering, geography, etc.). The specific objectives: At the end of their studies, students will: have acquired the basic knowledge required for organizational management working in the maritime sector; have benefited from a multidisciplinary training and acquired skills enabling them to interact effectively with specialists from other disciplines; have developed their capacity for analysis and synthesis; have acquired the methods, management tools and techniques applied to management in the maritime sector; have been aware of the problems related to the management of maritime activities in both the public and private sectors; will communicate the results of their work orally or in writing. [-]

Masters In Management Of Maritime Resources (profile With Memory)

Université du Québec à Rimouski UQAR
Campus Full time September 2017 Canada Rimouski Lévis

The MA in Maritime Resource Management aims to train managers with a global vision, multidisciplinary and integrated maritime domain. [+]

Master Programs in Coastal and Marine Management. The MA in Maritime Resource Management aims to train managers with a global vision, multidisciplinary and integrated maritime domain. It trains professionals able to use the methods, tools and management techniques to effectively contribute to decision making in the maritime sector, both operationally and strategically. The student has the opportunity to deepen their knowledge in one of the three streams of the program: fishing (fishing and aquaculture), management of the coastal and marine environment and maritime transport. paths Masters in marine resource management, career path (without memory) This research path without memory allows to deepen their knowledge in one of the three streams of the program: Fisheries: Fillière on the problems of fisheries and aquaculture, processing of aquatic products (including the activities of promotion of products and biomass). Management of the coastal and marine environment Fillière on issues related to marine activities and exploitation of natural resources in a sustainable development perspective. Maritime transport: Pathway on the management issues related to maritime transport and port activities. Through his choice of the course, students can orient their training to the private or public management. Masters in marine resource management, tracking research (with memory) This thesis track is for candidates who wish to move towards a researcher career or management consultant maritime resources. It allows for a research project (memory 21 credits) to deepen their knowledge on a particular topic related to the management of maritime resources. This pathway also helps develop the skills required for the pursuit of doctoral studies. Targeted audience The programs of the second cycle in marine resource management are addressed to candidates with training: Environmental sciences (biology, chemistry, geography, etc.) who wish to acquire management training applied to the field of the marine environment; in management science or in law who wish to specialize in the maritime sector. Research areas Fisheries sector management capacity in the fisheries sector Economy Aquaculture and Fisheries remote sensing technologies and environmental management and resources Finance and business planning for marine biotechnology Fish stock assessment and public management of fisheries and marine wildlife Public Management and Policy of invasive alien species Optimization of the fishing industry Etc. Chain management of the coastal and marine environment International trade and environment social and economic impacts of marine pollution policies of taxation and subsidies in natural resource industries undetected illegal fishing (IUU) fishing in the territorial waters of developing countries Links between ecotoxicology and socio-economic impacts nonmarket valuation methods for environmental goods and measure environmental impact public coastal management Comanagement in the management of coastal zones and natural resources Marine Reserves and spatial management of resources environmental management and natural resource management in developing countries Etc. Maritime transport sector Environment and maritime transport strategic management in the transport sector Management of commercial fleet and ports in the shipping sector Disruption in shipping political and economic analysis of "short sea shipping" etc. Employment Opportunities Graduates in marine resource management UQAR in managerial functions, researchers and consultants in the public or private domain. The maritime sector is particularly characterized by the presence of a large number of public, semi-public and private, both in Canada and abroad: provincial and federal departments (fisheries, environment, transport, etc.); ZIP committees, river basin organizations; cities and municipalities; nongovernmental organizations (World Bank, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Organization for the Conservation of Nature, world wildlife fund, etc.); research centers and universities; private companies. What is the management of marine resources? The diversity and complexity of human intervention in the maritime sector requires serious thinking and informed decision making in order to maintain the sustainability of resources and activities essential to the survival of a large part of the world population. To maintain this continuity, it is important to have an understanding not only the natural environment but also the social, political, economic and legal that affect decision making. Marine resource management programs are built around the idea that those who want to contribute to the management and decision processes must learn how to properly use different scientific viewpoints. They integrate knowledge in management sciences, natural sciences, social sciences and law and include experts in management of fishery resources, marine and environmental studies. OBJECTIVES The general objectives Train stakeholders who have acquired the capacity to conduct rigorous analyzes of complex issues so as to contribute effectively to the decision-making in the area of ​​marine resource management. Train people who have developed skills to undertake them, if appropriate, of graduate studies. This profile is primarily intended for candidates who wish to move towards a researcher career or management consultant maritime resources. Specific objectives At the end of their studies, students will: have acquired the basic knowledge required for organizational management working in the maritime sector; have developed a strong capacity for analysis and synthesis; have conducted research related to marine activities using a rigorous and structured approach; have mastered tools for management in the maritime sector; have been aware of the problems related to the management of maritime activities in both the public and private sectors; will communicate the results of their work orally and in writing. [-]

Masters In Management Of Maritime Resources (without Thesis)

Université du Québec à Rimouski UQAR
Campus Full time September 2017 Canada Rimouski Lévis

The MA in Maritime Resource Management aims to train managers with a global vision, multidisciplinary and integrated maritime domain. [+]

The MA in Maritime Resource Management aims to train managers with a global vision, multidisciplinary and integrated maritime domain. It trains professionals able to use the methods, tools and management techniques to effectively contribute to decision making in the maritime sector, both operationally and strategically. The student has the opportunity to deepen their knowledge in one of the three streams of the program: fishing (fishing and aquaculture), management of the coastal and marine environment and maritime transport. paths Masters in marine resource management, career path (without memory) This research path without memory allows to deepen their knowledge in one of the three streams of the program: Fisheries: Fillière on the problems of fisheries and aquaculture, processing of aquatic products (including the activities of promotion of products and biomass). Management of the coastal and marine environment Fillière on issues related to marine activities and exploitation of natural resources in a sustainable development perspective. Maritime transport: Pathway on the management issues related to maritime transport and port activities. Through his choice of the course, students can orient their training to the private or public management. Masters in marine resource management, tracking research (with memory) This thesis track is for candidates who wish to move towards a researcher career or management consultant maritime resources. It allows for a research project (memory 21 credits) to deepen their knowledge on a particular topic related to the management of maritime resources. This pathway also helps develop the skills required for the pursuit of doctoral studies. Targeted audience The programs of the second cycle in marine resource management are addressed to candidates with training: Environmental sciences (biology, chemistry, geography, etc.) who wish to acquire management training applied to the field of the marine environment; in management science or in law who wish to specialize in the maritime sector. Research areas Fisheries sector management capacity in the fisheries sector Economy Aquaculture and Fisheries remote sensing technologies and environmental management and resources Finance and business planning for marine biotechnology Fish stock assessment and public management of fisheries and marine wildlife Public Management and Policy of invasive alien species Optimization of the fishing industry Etc. Chain management of the coastal and marine environment International trade and environment social and economic impacts of marine pollution policies of taxation and subsidies in natural resource industries undetected illegal fishing (IUU) fishing in the territorial waters of developing countries Links between ecotoxicology and socio-economic impacts nonmarket valuation methods for environmental goods and measure environmental impact public coastal management Comanagement in the management of coastal zones and natural resources Marine Reserves and spatial management of resources environmental management and natural resource management in developing countries Etc. Maritime transport sector Environment and maritime transport strategic management in the transport sector Management of commercial fleet and ports in the shipping sector Disruption in shipping political and economic analysis of "short sea shipping" Etc. Employment Opportunities Graduates in marine resource management UQAR in managerial functions, researchers and consultants in the public or private domain. The maritime sector is particularly characterized by the presence of a large number of public, semi-public and private, both in Canada and abroad: provincial and federal departments (fisheries, environment, transport, etc.); ZIP committees, river basin organizations; cities and municipalities; nongovernmental organizations (World Bank, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Organization for the Conservation of Nature, world wildlife fund, etc.); research centers and universities; private companies. What is the management of marine resources? The diversity and complexity of human intervention in the maritime sector requires serious thinking and informed decision making in order to maintain the sustainability of resources and activities essential to the survival of a large part of the world population. To maintain this continuity, it is important to have an understanding not only the natural environment but also the social, political, economic and legal that affect decision making. Marine resource management programs are built around the idea that those who want to contribute to the management and decision processes must learn how to properly use different scientific viewpoints. They integrate knowledge in management sciences, natural sciences, social sciences and law and include experts in management of fishery resources, marine and environmental studies. OBJECTIVES The general objectives Train professionals with a multidisciplinary approach that can effectively contribute to the decision making in the maritime sector and at both operational and strategic levels; depth knowledge of one of the program's courses. Through his choice of the course, students can orient their training to the private or public management This profile is primarily intended for candidates who want a strong management training and who are interested in the maritime sector. This profile is specifically for students who have completed a first cycle training related to the maritime sector (biology, chemistry, law, engineering, geography, etc.). Specific objectives At the end of their studies, students will: have acquired the basic knowledge required for organizational management working in the maritime sector; have benefited from a multidisciplinary training and acquired skills enabling them to interact effectively with specialists from other disciplines; have developed a strong capacity for analysis and synthesis; have acquired the methods, management tools and techniques applied to management in the maritime sector; have been aware of the problems related to the management of maritime activities in both the public and private sectors; have achieved a response in the medium activity; will communicate the results of their work orally and in writing. [-]

Master - Offshore and Coastal Engineering

Far Eastern Federal University
Campus Full time September 2017 Russia Vladivostok

The two-year Master of Science program in Offshore and Coastal Engineering was designed to meet the growing demand for skilled professionals in the offshore and coastal construction industry. The [+]

Master - Offshore and Coastal Engineering

The two-year Master of Science program in Offshore and Coastal Engineering was designed to meet the growing demand for skilled professionals in the offshore and coastal construction industry. The program consists of general principles and methods that give students the tools to meet and solve challenges on an advanced engineering level, not only inside their area of specialization. Projects and problems in the program are often taken from the offshore industry, and students gain valuable experience due to the School's close contacts with the industry.

Educational objectives of the program

To give students a high level of understanding and advanced analytical skills in key areas of offshore and coastal engineering including: exploration of ocean resources, development of infrastructure of offshore oil and gas industry and marine transport;  to satisfy students’ personal needs in qualified professional education on the basis of common cultural and professional competences  including Federal State Educational Standards and requirements of job offers. ... [-]

Master in Coastal and Marine Management

University Centre of the Westfjords
Campus Full time Part time 18  September 2017 Iceland Westfjords + 1 more

Master in Coastal and Marine Management is a cross-disciplinary resource management program that focuses on coastal and marine issues and mainly draw... [+]

Coastal and Marine Management is an international, interdisciplinary Master's degree in the field of resource management. The programme emphasises ideas and methods from ecology, sociology, economics and business studies. Students completing the programme have knowledge of the diverse and valuable resources of the coast and the sea, understand their current condition, and have gathered tools and expertise to drive the sustainable use of marine resources.

 

The course language, including all teaching, is English. The University Centre of the Westfjords offers this programme in co-operation with the University of Akureyri. Teaching takes place in Ísafjörður.

Entry requirementsThe main condition for acceptance is that applicants have completed a Bachelor's degree; whether a BA, BSc or BEd. Emphasis is placed on the applicant justifying their reasons and explaining how they hope to link the programme to their previous education and experience. An application form is available, in both electronic and pdf format, on the University Centre website.... [-]


Master in Marine and Coastal Systems

University of Algarve
Campus Full time September 2017 Portugal Faro

The Marine and Coastal Systems MSc program is devoted to assess Human and natural forcings on coastal and marine systems using an interdisciplinary approach. Students will study the geological, physical, chemical and biological forcings operating within these systems and the associated consequences. [+]

Master Programs in Coastal and Marine Management. The Marine and Coastal Systems master programme (MaCS - SIMCO) integrates knowledge using an interdisciplinary approach. It focuses on the study of processes operating within the coastal and marine systems, subject to complex geological, physical, chemical, biological and social forcings. The Marine and Coastal Systems MSc program is devoted to assess Human and natural forcings on coastal and marine systems using an interdisciplinary approach. Students will study the geological, physical, chemical and biological forcings operating within these systems and the associated consequences. The master program has a strong practical component (250 h of practical classes and 50 h of field work) and a semester devoted to training tools and skills, including sea trial and scientific diving (as optional). The hands-on approach and the use of the near-by located excellent natural labs of the Algarve coast are our trade marks. Teaching methods: Taught modules, core and optional Research training modules Field work and field visits (more than 50h) and use of field equipment Laboratory work (more than 200h) and use of extensive laboratory facilities and equipment Science communication in seminars Scientific diving (optional) Learning outcomes, skills and competences: Capacity to assess of Human and natural forcings on coastal and marine systems based on: Strong foundation in the Marine Sciences, including biology, chemistry, physics, and geological aspects of marine/coastal systems. Ability to integrate knowledge and skills from all areas of study to address interdisciplinary problems and climate change challenges. Critical and analytical thinking skills: Define procedures, operations and techniques for problem solving Evaluate environmental risks Evaluate the trophic state of waters Demonstrate ability and proficiency in quantitative skills: Model waves, tides and currents Model coastal and marine systems Process oceanographic data Elaborate and analyze submarine mapping Elaborate programs of environmental monitoring Ability to communicate effectively in both oral and written form to convey scientific knowledge and results to peers, and public domain Ability to independently design and execute research work oriented on quantitative data Develop the capacity of working in a team Careers and Employment: technical and scientific employment; advising/mediating functions in the processes of participatory management; consultancy at/for companies (environmental restoration, ocean energy, management, dredging, oil, spatial planning, marine resources) lead functions in the implementation of new legal national (and European) instruments on the territorial/economic marine and coastal field. [-]

Master in Urban Water Cycle

University of Algarve
Campus Full time September 2017 Portugal Faro

This master programme aims to train professionals with skills to develop technological solutions based on scientific knowledge, to ensure water needs for modern societies. In our days, the sustainable water management for various uses is a major challenge, especially in a socioeconomic context of high complexity and in a scenario of climate change. [+]

This master programme aims to train professionals with skills to develop technological solutions based on scientific knowledge, to ensure water needs for modern societies. In our days, the sustainable water management for various uses is a major challenge, especially in a socioeconomic context of high complexity and in a scenario of climate change. Thus, coastal cities and in particular cities in the Mediterranean region, have lack of professionals trained to develop integrated solutions that increase the resilience to water scarcity. Career Opportunities: Public companies of the water sector; Research institutes; Public administration; Analysis laboratories; Consultancy firms; International organizations with competences in the water domain (e.g., UNESCO, UNICEF, FAO). [-]

Master in Management

University of Algarve
Campus Full time September 2017 Portugal Faro

This Master is designed to develop the necessary skills to foster different ways of thinking, different ways of viewing and understanding organizations in the areas of tourism management, healthcare management and/or marine and maritime management. [+]

Master Programs in Coastal and Marine Management. The Master in Management is a three-semester program, taught in English, that offers three specialization areas: Tourism Management; Healthcare Management; Marine and Maritime Management. This Master is open to applicants from all backgrounds, but primarily aimed at students who have not previously studied business and management. The Master in Management is fully accredited by the Portuguese Agency for Assessment and Accreditation of Higher Education. Such accreditation is based on the recognition of the excellence of the program’s Faculty (scientific research and teaching practices), as well as on the exceptional quality of the School’s facilities and equipment. Master Goals and Learning Objectives The MSc Management is designed to develop the necessary skills to foster different ways of thinking, different ways of viewing and understanding organisations in the areas of tourism management, healthcare management and/or marine and maritime management.Simultaneously, it is expected that the Master promotes the creation and dissemination of scientific research with national and international recognition in this important area of knowledge. The study program also intends to ensure internships and career opportunities based on established partnerships. Intended learning outcomes (knowledge, skills and competences) to be developed by the students: On completion of this course students should be able to: Reinforce both an academic and a professional background in Management in the specialization areas of tourism, healthcare and marine management; Work as part of a team and to develop independent work using critical thinking and creativity to solve complex business problems in the economy and society; Acquire the habit of thinking in global terms and lay the foundations of a personal network of contacts; Acquire communication, interaction and team working skills; Develop a research project and develop independent and autonomous research. Career Opportunities: Tourism Management, Healthcare Management and Marine and Maritime Management are emerging fields within Management. The increasing interest in these fields of study is due largely to their growing importance to the socio-economic development of regions and countries. Thus the job opportunities for graduates in these sectors are, in general, very promising. This Master prepare graduates for a wide range of potential careers in Tourism Management, Healthcare Management and Marine and Maritime Management. Among others, it can be mentioned the following roles: auditing/accounting, general management, operations management, human recourses management, marketing, strategic planning, working for a family business or even setting up their own business. [-]

Master in Water Resources and Environmental Engineering

Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Geodesy - University of Split
Campus Full time October 2017 Croatia Split

The program educates engineers enabling them to solve environmental and water resources problems by applying principles from natural sciences, engineering, economics and other disciplines. [+]

Master in Water Resources and Environmental Engineering PRESENTATION In the academic year 2013-2014, Faculty of Civil engineering, Architecture and Geodesy launches a new, English-taught, master program in Water Resources and Environmental Engineering. The program educates engineers enabling them to solve environmental and water resources problems by applying principles from natural sciences, engineering, economics and other disciplines. Prospective students will be provided with the engineering and scientific fundamentals in order to be able to face current and future engineering and environmental problems. The study offers interdisciplinary approach to better understand the world labor market demand and provides students with a wider picture of water resources and environmental engineering through fundamentals and basic principles. OBJECTIVES / MISSION The goal of the WREE program is to train outstanding engineers and future scientists to conduct research in areas that are of great importance to modern engineering needs in the areas of water resources and environmental engineering. It is our intention to provide students with a high quality-learning environment to gain fundamentals and specialized engineering knowledge, while developing skills in critical thinking, communication, teamwork and leadership. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS The master program addresses candidates holding at least Bachelor's Degree (first cycle, 6th EQF level, minimum 180 ECTS credits or equivalent) in civil engineering and related fields (e.g., agricultural or environmental engineering, geology, geography, etc.). The prospective students should have sufficient knowledge of English (knowledge level B1 of the Common European Framework CEF). Admission is subject to an assessment of candidates’ achievements and educational background. TUITION FEES For EU/EEA students regular fees are equal to about 3,000 euro per year. For Non-EU students regular fees are equal to about 4,500 euro per year. [-]

Master Coastal Resources Management

Diponegoro University
Campus Full time September 2017 Indonesia Semarang

Diponegoro University (Undip) opens the Master Coastal Resources Management program. [+]

Master Coastal Resources Management

Application date:January, 2014 – August 4, 2014

Selection:August 5, 2014

Announcement:August 12 - 19, 2014

Matriculation:September 16 - 24, 2014

Starting Program:Sept 30, 2014

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Master in Hydrobiology

Shanghai Ocean University
Campus Full time September 2017 China Shanghai

Shanghai Government Scholarships A for Foreign Students (Full Scholarship): Scholarships A aims at financing outstanding foreign students at Shanghai Ocean [+]

Master in Fishery Economics and Management

Master in Hydrobiology

Study period: three-year program

 Time to Apply: autumn term enrollment apply before 30th, June
spring term enrollment apply before 31th, December

Qualifications and Documents Requested

Holding Bachelor degree (or equivalent), healthy, non Chinese-residential foreigner)


1. Application form


2. Certified Bachelor degree or   equivalent, transcripts


3. Two recommended letters from academic experts


4. Certificate of HSK6
5.Academic examing( in writing and in oral)

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Master in Aquaculture and Aquatic Resources Management (AARM)

Asian Institute of Technology School of Environment, Resources and Development (SERD)
Campus Full time June 2017 Thailand Pathumthani

AARM is committed to improving regional institutional capacity in aquaculture and aquatic resources management and related fields through innovative... [+]

Master in Aquaculture and Aquatic Resources Management (AARM)AARM is committed to improving regional institutional capacity in aquaculture and aquatic resources management and related fields through innovative approaches that integrate education, research and outreach.Asia contributes over 90% of global aquaculture production and plays a key role in the development of appropriate culture systems and technologies. Aquaculture production accounts for almost half of world fish supply and increases by 10%. It is expected to surpass capture fisheries production in the next 10 years. Further development of aquaculture is also expected to help us move away from dependence on overexploited capture fisheries resources and to enhance and conserve aquatic habitats and biodiversity; but this expansion should not exceed the carrying capacity of water resources.Wild aquatic resources are essential sources of nutrition for rural populations. Any degradation of these resources from over-fishing, use of illegal fishing gears, introduction of exotic fish, misuse of chemicals, agro-industrial waste discharge, deforestation, breeding ground degradation and dam construction that can lead to blocking of migratory pathways will have dramatic impacts on the nutritional and health status of rural people.Population growth, poverty, resource use conflicts, illegal activities, pollution, biodiversity conservation, policy and institutional gaps and conflicts are the major issues and problems in coastal management. A management approach that integrates sectors (government agencies, non-government organizations, community, etc.), disciplines (science, engineering and management), land- and sea-based activities (agriculture, livestock, aquaculture, fisheries, tourism, etc.) is important to address the various issues and problems in the coastal area.... [-]