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Study one of our three unique courses dealing with the critical subject of sustainability. Each course shares a common core plus specific modules that tailor the course to different career aspirations. All three courses can be studied full-time or part-time by attendance or part-time by electronic distance learning.

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MSc Climate Change and Sustainable Development


A multi-disciplinary course equipping graduates to meet the diverse challenges of climate change and sustainable development.

Features a research project on a topic of each student's own choosing.

Approved by the Energy Institute and CIBSE for completing the educational requirements for Chartered Engineer registration.

 

CCSD Brochure

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MSc Energy and Sustainable Building Design


A unique new course providing detailed understanding and practical experience of modern approaches to sustainable building design.

Features a major group design project.

Approved by CIBSE and the Energy Institute for completing the educational requirements for Chartered Engineer registration.

ESBD Brochure

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MSc Energy and Industrial Sustainability


A new course equipping graduates for a role in the low-carbon sustainable industries of the future. Students will learn how to reduce the impact of industrial operations upon the environment while exploring the opportunities and operational risks represented by climate change.

Features a research project on a topic of each student's own choosing.

Currently seeking approval with the Energy Institute for completing the educational requirements for Chartered Engineer registration.

EIS Brochure

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