The discipline of Environmental Technology is concerned with the sustainable development of the human society and applies the knowledge, experience and innovation in the field of technology to investigate, design and protect the environment and the scarce natural resources.
Sustainable energy production and consumption, Water, Soil and Air purification, Environmental Damage prevention, control and remediation are some of the central pursuits of Environmental Technologies. Professionals in this field are constantly researching, improving or designing green technology with the aim of turning the exploitation and destruction of the environment into a non-harming cohabitation. They focus on technology with no foot print and even technology that contributes to the regeneration of the environment.
This discipline is a very relevant field nowadays, due to the alarming destructive side-effects of the industry explosion of the last two centuries. Environmental Technology has become vital to almost all fields of human activity, from industry and business to government policy. It is a very fast developing field with cutting-edge activity that requires knowledge, capability, creativity and devotion.
The MSc Environment and Development was formerly the MSc Sustainability (Environment and Development). We have retained the strong emphasis on Sustainability throughout the programme but feel that the new title better reflects the increased range of optional modules and potential pathways the programme now provides.
The aim of this programme is to provide a sound understanding of sustainable water resources issues by developing the knowledge and skills necessary for the planning and management of these resources to meet the needs of society and the environment within the context of climate change.
This program applies recognised disaster management practices, providing graduates with the unique ability to work on approaches to building disaster resilience in context specific situations.
The MBA Green Energy and Sustainable Businesses is designed to seek solutions that successfully address the triple bottom line: financial viability, ecological sustainability, and social equity.
Health Sciences and Technology's Medical Sciences Program constitutes one of the five academic "societies" at Harvard Medical School (HMS). Health Sciences and Technology students are members of the Irving M. London Society of the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology. The curriculum leads to an MD degree from HMS and is oriented toward students with a declared interest in a career in biomedical research and a strong interest and background in physical or biological sciences.
The Graduate Field of Food Science and Technology at Cornell University has three degree programs (MPS, MS, and PhD) that each has a separate set of goals for student learning and separate set of procedures for gathering information on achievement of these goals. The information gathered through the procedures detailed here will be used to formally evaluate every program every 3 years in the January meeting of the Field of Food Science and Technology.
The MSc in Environmental Management is an accredited master degree program from the University of Debrecen in Hungary.
The Technology, Innovation, and Education Program is a proven gateway to rewarding leadership careers in creating, implementing, and evaluating educational media and technology.
The Master’s programme in Conservation and Restoration conducted by SUPSI as part of the Swiss Conservation-Restoration Campus teaches students the specialist skills required for the restoration of wall paintings, stucco-work and stone surfaces.
The M.S. graduate curriculum emphasizes physiology, tissue engineering, biomechanics, and transport phenomena. Associated courses are available on campus in applied mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, solid and fluid mechanics, electronics, computers, information sciences, system analysis, neurosciences, pathology, pharmacology, and clinical subjects. Faculty advisors are available to assist the students in planning for their courses and research.
The Master of Design (Urban Environments Design) draws on the contemporary Hong Kong/China urban experience to offer a unique postgraduate education in urban space design. In line with the School’s human-centered critical approach to environment design, this studio-based specialism integrates the design of multiple scales and typologies of urban environments