MSci Environmental Science (Integrated Masters)
Our Environmental Science Masters course is advanced and innovative. Gain scientific grounding and training for a career protecting the planet.
- Award Masters / MSci
- Start date September
- Duration 60 months for first year entrants
- Mode of study Part-time, Full-time, Campus based
- UCAS Code F7S4
- Study abroad opportunities
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Environmental Science has grown out of an increasing concern for the environment and the need for a scientific approach to the study of human impact on natural resources. How do we meet our growing need for resources whilst safeguarding them for future generations?
Our course provides the necessary scientific grounding and technical training to investigate these problems and identify solutions. It leads directly to a postgraduate qualification, and is designed specifically for students who want to pursue a career in the environment sector. It offers an environmental placement and an industry-linked final-year project, equipping you with the key knowledge, skills and career awareness to succeed in environmental sciences.
This is the first Environmental Science MSci to be offered in Scotland, and is accredited by the Institution for Environmental Sciences.
The University of Stirling is a superb place to study Environmental Science, with our history of innovation in environmental research and study. We're passionate about Environmental Science, and our course will inspire you to be the difference in protecting our society and the planet.
Stirling is ranked in the Top 5 in Scotland for Geography and Environmental Studies (The Guardian University Guide 2021).
The MSci Environmental Science programme is accredited by the Institution of Environmental Science (IES) and Committee Heads of Environmental Science (CHES).
Altijar Scholarships of £500 each are awarded annually to the two highest performing Environmental students in Year 3 of the BSc/MSci course.