Master of Science in Energy and Resources Management
UCL Australia's Master of Science in Energy and Resources Management (CRICOS Code: 076038B) is a two-year programme (full-time) that provides students with a thorough knowledge of sustainable management of energy and natural resources. The programme covers both theory and practice, with a focus on modern issues faced by industry. Leading academics with strong industry links and industry professionals contribute to all taught courses.
For full-time students, the Master's programme is undertaken over two years. In Year 1, students undertake eight courses designed to broaden their understanding of the energy and resources sectors.
In Year 2 students can opt for one of two streams, both designed to enable students to integrate theory and practice through demonstration of a substantial research project.
- Research stream – students undertake an industry based research project.
- Coursework stream – students undertake a combination of four taught courses and two short research projects.
Assignments and projects for each course contribute to a report that students must submit on the day of the examination.