This MSc will prepare students for highly skilled, multidisciplinary managerial roles in the natural resources sector across the globe
Due to the unprecedented nature of the COVID-19 crisis, the Global Management of Natural Resources MSc programme will not offer optional modules in 2020/21. In Term 1, Geology for Global Managers and Engineers will run as a core module, and in Term 2, Business and Sustainability will run as a core module.
Elements of the Renewable Energy in the Resources Sector module will be integrated into the Minerals Usage; Extraction and Processing module, with additional components of the Integrated Hydrogeology and Sustainable Water Management module added to the Prevention and Remediation of Environmental Contamination module.
This programme normally consists of seven core modules, two optional modules and a dissertation. For 2020/21 it will consist of nine core modules and a dissertation.
The programme is transcontinental (offered by UCL and the University of South Australia (UniSA)), is delivered by UCL Chemical Engineering, UCL Earth Sciences, UCL School of Management, and the Future Industries Institute at UniSA, and designed with significant input from industry.
To find out core information about this degree, such as entry requirements, programme length and cost, visit the UCL prospectus site.
This programme consists of six core modules, two optional modules and a dissertation.
- Natural Gas Processing (CENG0034)
- Minerals Usage, Extraction and Processing (CENG0035)
- Dissertation (CENG0037) – Research Methods
- Prevention and Remediation of Environmental Contamination (CENG0036)
- Earth Resources and Sustainability (GEOL0025)
- Decision and Risk Analysis (MSIN0071)
Optional modules; two of four of the following:
- Geology for Global Managers and Engineers (GEOL0034)
- Renewable Energy in the Resources Sector (CENG0059)
- Business and Sustainability (BENV0009)
- Integrated Hydrogeology and Sustainable Water Management (CENG0060)