Marine Studies (Marine Spatial Planning and Management) 24 months Postgraduate Program By Memorial University of Newfoundland |Top Universities

Marine Studies (Marine Spatial Planning and Management)

Subject Ranking

# 151-200QS Subject Rankings

Program Duration

24 monthsProgram duration

Main Subject Area

Earth and Marine SciencesMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Earth and Marine Sciences

Degree

MSc

Study Level

Masters

This program is available primarily online with some on campus electives and one course offered during the six-week Spring intercession requiring 3 weeks in-house residency in St. John’s. This program includes options for an internship or research project. The program is structured to provide a balance between conceptual/theoretical background and practical applied skills. As such, students will develop a broad level understanding of planning processes and the governance, policy/legislative, ecological, social, cultural and economic elements of coastal and ocean areas complemented by practical and applied skills for stakeholder engagement, project management and utilization of geospatial technology to support planning efforts. Throughout the program, courses will be structured to introduce theoretical concepts and then examine real world examples of their application. Students will complete seven core courses, an internship (MSTM 6019) or research project, and choose one of three options for elective course selection.

Program overview

Main Subject

Earth and Marine Sciences

Degree

MSc

Study Level

Masters

This program is available primarily online with some on campus electives and one course offered during the six-week Spring intercession requiring 3 weeks in-house residency in St. John’s. This program includes options for an internship or research project. The program is structured to provide a balance between conceptual/theoretical background and practical applied skills. As such, students will develop a broad level understanding of planning processes and the governance, policy/legislative, ecological, social, cultural and economic elements of coastal and ocean areas complemented by practical and applied skills for stakeholder engagement, project management and utilization of geospatial technology to support planning efforts. Throughout the program, courses will be structured to introduce theoretical concepts and then examine real world examples of their application. Students will complete seven core courses, an internship (MSTM 6019) or research project, and choose one of three options for elective course selection.

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

80+
6+
2+
Jan-2000

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