This degree program is designed as a ‘top up’, and can be entered at any of its three levels, depending on your prior academic experience. Each level corresponds to 2 semesters of learning time, and represents 120 credits of core and elective modules. Part time options are also available, which can extend the entire program to up to 6 years.
There are two possible degree pathways: Countryside Management and Countryside Management (Archaeology).
Core Modules Include:
- Countryside Management
- Improving Personal Professional Practice
- Research Project
- Work-based Research Project
Elective Modules Include:
- Archaeology Study Tour
- Climate Change and Development
- Ecology Study Tour
- Farming and Integrated Environmental Local Delivery (FIELD)
- Farmland Ecology
- Forestry an Woodland Management
- Game and Deer Management
- Heritage Property
- Natural Resource Management
- Rural Business Diversification
- Science-based Archaeology
- Sustainable Management of Soil and Water
You can learn about each module in detail by clicking here.