The Sustainable Resources: Economics, Policy and Transitions MSc is a 180-credit programme consisting of:
- 5 core modules (75 credits)
- a choice of 3 optional modules (45 credits)
- a dissertation project (60 credits)
The compulsory modules provide a comprehensive overview, while the optional modules provide more specific skills in areas that you have a special interest in.
The programme includes lectures, interactive seminars and presentations from visiting speakers from national government, international organisations, businesses and charities.
- BENV0069 Introduction to Sustainable Resources: Challenges and principles (15 credits)
- BENV0070 Introduction to Resource Economics and Policy (15 credits)
- BENV0071 The Demand Drivers for Resource Use (15 credits)
- BENV0072 Tools for Assessing Sustainable Resources (15 credits)
- BENV0073 Future Resource Pathways and Visions (15 credits)
- BENV0007 Dissertation (60 credits)
Optional modules (choose 3)
- BENV0074 International Commodity Trade (15 credits)
- BENV0075 Metrics, Modelling and Visualisation of the Resource Nexus (15 credits)
- BENV0076 Resource Governance and the global south (15 credits)
- BENV0077 Eco-Innovation, Business and Market Development (15 credits)
- GEOGG123 Climate Risks to Hydro-ecological Systems (with UCL Geography; 15 credits)
- GEOL3043 Earth Resources & Sustainability (with UCL Earth Sciences; 15 credits)
- Environmental and Social Risk (15 credits).