Earth Science deals with study of the Earth and its neighbors in space. Earth sciences look-into the aspects such as Earth atmosphere, hydrosphere, biosphere and general issues. The study field is also known as geoscience and includes multi-disciplines: atmospheric sciences, meteorology, climatology, atmospheric physics, hydrology, oceanography, geodesy, geophysics, geology, mineralogy, glaciology, volcanology, petrology, geomagnetism, sedimentology, soil science, geo-statistics, hydrogeology, astronomy and etc. Graduates can work in many areas, especially geology, environmental science, environmental consultancy firms or governmental institutions.
The interdisciplinary Master`s program "IntegratedClimate System Sciences" is designed to meet the urgent need for experts with profound knowledge of the climate system. The program combines climate system sciences, such as meteorology, physical oceanography and biogeochemistry, and social and economic sciences as well as peace and conflict research.
This MSc course explores current aspects of Earth science, investigating how the Earths lithosphere, hydrosphere, cryosphere, atmosphere, and biosphere are dependent upon each other, interacting across a wide range of temporal and spatial scales. You will learn to critically evaluate current research and gain skills that allow you to update your knowledge of Earth science.
Coastal and Marine Management is a cross-disciplinary master´s program that prepares students to engage with one of the most compelling and important subjects today: natural resource management and utilization.
Earth Sciences focus on the interactions between the earth, the atmosphere, surface waters and biological systems. It also studies how these are affected by human activities. Students learn to develop, use and access new knowledge by laboratory experiments, field inventories, data analyses with GIS or dynamic computer models.
The two-year Master’s degree programme in technical geology at the University of Aarhus is taught at the Department of Earth Sciences and targets students from tertiary education institutions in Denmark and abroad. The degree programme is both practical and research-oriented and is aimed at the business community, research institutions and the public sector.
The MSc in Nature Conservation study programme is open for graduates from the BSc programme Applied Ecology, or BSc graduates with a background in ecology, biology and environmental sciences, desiring to acquire advanced knowledge and professional skills in nature conservation.
This programme provides Masters level training in practical and academic aspects of environmental archaeology. The two year programme builds on over 35 years experience of research and consultancy at the Environmental Archaeology Laboratory, and provides students with the possibility for both specialist and generalist training.
Das Masterstudium Erdwissenschaften vermittelt den Studierenden einen Einstieg in die Wissenschaften. Dies befähigt zu qualitativ hochwertiger und strukturierter Forschungsarbeit sowie zur Entwicklung innovativer Systeme auf wissenschaftlicher Basis in diesem Fach-gebiet.
<p> The Master of Sciences in Biogeosciences is the result of the integration of two fields of natural sciences: biology and geology.</p>
Our group conducts research on and has expertise in vertebrate ichnology, vertebrate biomechanics, locomotion simulations, finite element modelling, palaeopathology, arthropod palaeoecology and dinosaur soft-tissue preservation. Many of the members of the Group are working on international research projects in Europe and North America. The Group is also contributing to a new Masters (MSc) course in Biomechanics within the University (Faculty of Life Sciences).
The English-language, three-semester Masters program will enroll up to 32 students per year, starting in the fall/winter semester of the academic year 2013/14.
The postgraduate programme in Ecological Impact Assessment (EcIA) has developed from a high quality undergraduate programme in ecological assessment at Bath Spa University. It takes advantage of staff professional expertise in impact assessment, research and teaching.