Students will undertake subjects in research methods, and a major independent research project. They will develop a deep understanding of the area of investigation as well as research training. In addition, students will take an additional subject selected from options dealing with social and biophysical aspects of landscape management. This will further advance their understanding of landscape management.
Intended learning outcomes
Students who complete the Landscape Management specialisation should have acquired:
- The capacity to apply scientific knowledge to the definition, analysis and solution of problems in social and biophysical aspects of landscape management;
- An ability to design and conduct scientific enquiries;
- Essential skills in the acquisition, interpretation and analysis of scientific data;
- A capacity for the exchange, acquisition and dissemination of scientific and industry information and for technology transfer;
- A capacity and motivation for continuing independent learning.
Last updated: 17 July 2020