Are you interested in obtaining analytical and empirical skills for solving the environmental problems of tomorrow? Are you interested in finding balances among environmental, economic and social interest?
To answer these questions, you need a thorough understanding of the many approaches toward the environmental problems. M.Sc. in Environmental and Resource Management combine natural science, engineering and social science which enable the students to create sustainable solutions by addressing the environmental problems of tomorrow.
Graduates on this programme attains a set of competencies, which allow them to work with a great number of different tasks in environmental management – both in the public and the private sector, as well as in NGOs and stakeholder organisations. Graduates will be able to design and conduct analysis of existing or future environmental strategies and policies within an organisation or at a societal level.
As a M. Sc. in Environmental and Resource Management your job opportunities will be many: for example working as an advisor for business leaders, who must consider environmental impacts of their decisions and develop competitive advantage. Environmental leaders will benefit from the business skills in combination with natural science, technical and economic issues in their proposed solutions to environmental problems.
The programme is based on mandatory and elective courses; as such the first two semesters are composed of mandatory courses whereas the third semester has a flexible content. Electives can be taken at University of Southern Denmark or Aalborg University in Esbjerg, abroad or partly in the form of practical experience (students must prepare reports in order to get credit for this).