MA (Hons) Global Sustainable Development at University of Glasgow - UCAS

Course summary

This degree supports you to establish a foundational understanding in theories and concepts of sustainable development and examine their application from local to global levels, in both urban and rural contexts. You will develop a knowledge of the inter-related nature of economic, environmental and social systems when addressing global sustainable development, drawing on disciplinary insights from anthropology, political economy, business studies, human geography philosophy, and environmental science. You will be equipped with a range of professional and technical skills in sustainable development including impact assessment, Environmental Social and Governance (ESG) frameworks, concept notes, data analysis and Agile project management. The knowledge and understanding gained through lectures and seminars will be enhanced through case studies, field visits and independent project work.

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MA (Hons) Global Sustainable Development at University of Glasgow - UCAS