Upon successful completion of the MScEEM, students are able to:
- Employ positive and normative economics for the study of sustainable management.
- Analyze and synthesize local, regional and global environmental, natural resource and economic development problems.
- Formulate multiple and alternative solutions to problems effectively using analytical tools, individually and as a team player.
- Illustrate that knowledge can be uncertain, ambiguous and limited, and how these limitations might influence results and interpretation of environmental problems and solutions.
- Prepare and effectively communicate scholarly work, opinions and analysis, both oral and written.
- Identify and analyze ethical and equity issues associated with environmental problems and solutions.
- Practice the scientific methods, research preparation and styles of communication used to disseminate research.
- Prepare and defend a thesis or project relating to an economic sustainability management issue or problem.
- Program Structure
- Accelerated One-Year Program
- Delivery Options
- Graduation Requirements
- Learning Outcomes
- Research Supervisors
- Admission Requirements
- How to Apply