EPICentre offers its own MSc in Earthquake Engineering with Disaster Management (MSc EEDM). The Earthquake Engineering with Disaster Management MSc combines
specialist earthquake engineering knowledge with an understanding of the
social, economic and political impact of earthquake events in order to
produce engineers that can provide holistic design solutions and be able
to work in both engineering and disaster management roles (facebook group). There are additionally other MSc programmes at UCL that fall within the research interests of EPICentre:
This course is suitable for students who want to have a wide range of taught courses, whilst still completing a substantial independent project. The taught courses are the focus of the programme, with the project constituting one third of the programme credits. MSc students undertake modules to the value of 180 credits: five compulsory core taught modules (15 credits each), three optional taught modules (15 credits each), and an independent research project (60 credits).
This MSc aims to equip students with the skills of analysis and design necessary for employment as professional Civil Engineers, and give them a solid academic background for becoming Chartered Engineers. The programme combines integrated design project work with an individual research project in the student's chosen specialist field.
This MSc aims to expose engineers and built environment students and professionals to the challenges and complexities of working in a global context, and equip them with necessary skills and knowledge to place these in the frameworks and paradigms in which they might work. This programme will focus on the provision of sustainable and resilient infrastructure in low-middle income countries.