Rockfield College

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Master of Environment and Natural Resources



















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Master of Environment and Natural Resources










Professor krystyna Krol

Professor Jeremiah Agboola















































Master of Environment and Natural Resources (MENR) program will provides direction and guidance on how organisations play roles in environmental and natural resources management. The program will reviews the scientific principles of environmental issues and management practices, and examined emerging topics related to air and water pollution, water use and management, aquatic ecosystems, energy and climate change, biodiversity, toxic substances in the environment, solid waste management, regulatory strategies for risk assessment and environmental management


MENR program is specially design to make students become skillful professionals as evironmental experts and  sustainability specialists. Provide the skills and enriched understanding of the workings of organisations with sustainability issues involving environmental and natural resources management and the motivating factors, processes and tools available, strategies, operations management, quality assurance and other external relations. Familiarize students with the prevailing management models that have been applied traditionally


MENR Specializations - Majors


Master of Environment and Natural Resources (MENR) program offers students the opportunity to deepen understanding and skills in three core specializations areas: Agrofood Systems, Biodiversity, and Ecological Engineering:


Agrofood Systems - This major will explore core issues of sustainable food production and the related challenges of climate change, landscape development and resource consumption


Biodiversity - This major examine and explore the interactions and significance connections between terrestial and acquatic ecosystems


Ecological Engineering - This major entails research and develop sustainable energy, sustainable mobility systems and the impacts of technologies as key elements of sustainable society


MENR degree program offers exciting careers including the opportunity of exploring the global environment, meeting people of diverse culture and orientations, and learning new skills on  environmental sustainability and natural resources management


MENR Professional Career Paths


Master of Environment and Natural Resources degree will prepare graduates for exciting and challenging careers in leadership positions such as:



 Public Policy Making 

 Environmental Impact Assessment

 New Energy Audit

 Environment Services Administrator

 Ecosystems Policy Advisor

 Research / Education / Consultancy

◙  Healthcare and Safety Advisory

 Natural Resource Control Advisory



 Courses:  Master of Environment and Natural Resources

ENR 510

Foundation of Environmental Management

ENR 515

Environmental Economics

ENR 520

Environmental Ethics and Laws

ENR 525

Natural Resource Management in Urban Areas

ENR 530

Natural Resource Management in Emerging Economies

ENR 535

Acquaculture Systems

ENR 540

Waste Water Management

ENR 610

Advanced Pollution Prevention

MGT 615

Advanced Quantitative Analysis

ENR 630

Research Methods 1

ENR 640

Research Methods 2

MES 699

Master Thesis-Project


 Elective Courses - Select 3 courses

MES 520

Sustainable Development

MES 525

Life Cycle Assessment / Eco-design

MGT 535

Corporate Social Responsibility

MBA 540

Entrepreneurship Design and Development

MBA 620

Financial Management and Accounting

MBA 610

Human Resource Management

MBA 651

Supply Chain Management


Master Degree Requirements


Master of Environment and Natural Resources (MENR) degree requires successful completion of 13 graduate-level courses with minimum total of 90 ECTS-Credits above Bachelor degree. The Total Cumulative Credits will include core courses, elective courses, master thesis and applicable transfer credits. Student performance will be measure against acceptable overall academic achievements throughout the study



. Additional Information

 Award and Title

Master of Environment and Natural Resources

 Total Credits Required

100 ECTS-Credits

 Study Duration

16 Months - Flexible Duration, depends on Transfer Credits

 Program Delivery

Distance Learning - Online Study, Study Methods

 Assessment Methods

Assignment and Exam per course - Course Examination

 Thesis and Internship

Independent Coursework - Academic Thesis

 Program Enrolment

Open Enrolment and Year-Round Admission

 Admission Requirement

Bachelor Degree or equivalent - Admission Requirements








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