This MSc Wastes Management programme has been specifically designed to meet the needs and demands of the modern wastes management industry.
This award is suitable for recent graduates wishing to enhance their employability options or change their career direction. All courses are accredited by the Chartered Institution of Waste Management.
You can take modules as a 'one off', either as a taster before deciding whether to study the course in full, or as an opportunity to update your skills in a particular area.
Year One : £670 per 20 credits
Year One : £2010
Year Two : £2010
Year Three : £2010
The programme is divided into three stages, to complete the Master's level qualification, you must complete six modules and an independent research thesis to a total of 180 credits. During the course, you complete three compulsory modules and choose three optional modules. This ensures that you study the same broad themes within wastes management, but are also able to tailor the focus and level of the qualification to suit your individual needs, experience, interests and career aspirations.
A range of other postgraduate Wastes Management courses are also available. Please check the university course pages for details:
PgCert Advanced Wastes Management Technologies
PgCert Local Authority Wastes Management
PgCert Wastes Minimisation
Not all the designated modules may run or be offered due to staff availability or low numbers of students choosing a module.
Applicants will normally hold a recognised first or second class honours degree from a UK university or international equivalent in a recognised environmental science discipline such as geography, biology, environmental chemistry, geology or a related area. Those with degrees in other subjects may also be considered according to their interests and background. No work experience is required for admission to these programmes. Applicants for whom English is not their first language will need to demonstrate that they meet the minimum English language requirement.
If you do not meet our standard entry requirements, it is possible to undertake a single module and, upon successful completion of this module, progress to the full MSc qualification, contact us at email@example.com to discuss this option.
No work experience is required.
The University of Northampton Emblem, Holdenby Education has an extensive history in Northampton dating back to the 13th century whilst the University of Northampton has evolved from the beginning of the 20th century.
1924 Northampton Technical College was established. The St George's Avenue building was opened by the Duke and Duchess of York in 1932. The School of Art opened in 1937.
1972 Margaret Thatcher opened the College of Education at Park Campus in 1972.
1975 Nene College was formed from the amalgamation of the College of Education, College of Technology and College of Art.
1992 Nene College transferred its further education provision to further education colleges in Northamptonshire and focused on higher education.
1993 Nene College incorporated St Andrew's School of Occupational Therapy and was granted undergraduate degree awarding powers.
1994 The Leathersellers College in London was integrated into Nene College.
1997 Sir Gordon Roberts College of Nursing and Midwifery was also incorporated into Nene College.
1999 Nene College became University College Northampton.
2005 The University of Northampton was established, having been awarded full university status and research degree awarding powers.
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