Environment and Resource Management MSc

The one-year Master programme Environment and Resource Management (ERM) aims to ensure that students acquire theoretical concepts, practical skills and operational techniques that allow them to find solutions for societal problems that relate to natural resources and the environment. Students are trained to bring in their disciplinary knowledge and co-operate in multidisciplinary teams so that they can contribute to an integrated approach towards problem analysis and problem solving in private, public, national, and international organisations dealing with natural resources and the environment.

The programme offers four specializations:

  • Environmental studies
  • Energy studies
  • Climate and Water
  • Ecosystems Services and Biodiversity

A complete programme description can be found at the BETA-website.

More information

  • All compulsory courses and electives you find in the year schedule;
  • A complete description of the programme you find in the Teaching and Examination Regulations;
  • For more information about the programma you can contact the academic advisor (VU students only);
  • As a VU student you need to register for all courses via VUnet. Only after you completed your enrollment for the study programme you can register for courses;
  • More information on all the courses you find through the links below.
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