Postgraduate study in School of Geography and Environmental Sciences

Take a look at what postgraduate courses we have on offer.

Postgraduate study in School of Geography and Environmental Sciences

Postgraduate study in School of Geography and Environmental Sciences

Take a look at what postgraduate courses we have on offer.


At Ulster University we offer a wide spectrum of unique and highly popular postgraduate courses within Geography and Environmental Sciences.

Our postgraduate courses are delivered fully online, meaning you can study at your own pace, any place and any time.

Information for postgraduate funding is also available.

Environmental Data Analysis - View the Environmental Data Analysis course page

This short course introduces participants to information technology and presentation skills relevant to the environmental manager/researcher.

Part-time Postgraduate Short course and CPD   |   Year of entry: 2019/20  |  


PgDip/MSc
Environmental Management - View the Environmental Management course page

This established course combines envrionmental management practice and theory with proven excellence in distance learning.

Part-time Postgraduate course   |   Year of entry: 2019/20  |  


PgDip/MSc
Environmental Management and Geographic Information Systems - View the Environmental Management and Geographic Information Systems course page

This innovative course combines teaching of Environmental Management techniques with skills in Geographic Information Systems (GIS).

Part-time Postgraduate course   |   Year of entry: 2019/20  |  


PgDip/MSc
Environmental Management with Geographic Information Systems - View the Environmental Management with Geographic Information Systems course page

This innovative course combines teaching of Environmental Management techniques with skills in Geographic Information Systems (GIS).

Part-time Postgraduate course   |   Year of entry: 2019/20  |  


Environmental Toxicology - View the Environmental Toxicology course page

This course provides knowledge and skills necessary to understand the impact of chemicals in the environment.

Part-time Postgraduate Short course and CPD   |   Year of entry: 2019/20  |  


PgDip/MSc
Environmental Toxicology and Pollution Monitoring - View the Environmental Toxicology and Pollution Monitoring course page

This is the only MSc in Environmental Toxicology & Pollution Monitoring in the United Kingdom. Since 1999, we have had over 200 successful graduates.

Part-time Postgraduate course   |   Year of entry: 2019/20  |  


PgDip/MSc
Geographic Information Systems - View the Geographic Information Systems course page

Established course with a strong focus on employability and professional skills.

Full-time Postgraduate course   |   Year of entry: 2019/20  |  


PgDip/MSc
Geographic Information Systems - View the Geographic Information Systems course page

Established course with a strong focus on employability and professional skills.

Part-time Postgraduate course   |   Year of entry: 2019/20  |  


GIS Databases - View the GIS Databases course page

This course examines the methods by which data can be stored, accessed and manipulated in order to provide high quality databases for GI Systems

Part-time Postgraduate Short course and CPD   |   Year of entry: 2019/20  |  


Management of Coastal Water Resources - View the Management of Coastal Water Resources course page

This course aims to provide knowledge and practical understanding of the scientific basis for management of coastal water resources.

Part-time Postgraduate Short course and CPD   |   Year of entry: 2019/20  |  


Principles of GIS - View the Principles of GIS course page

This course introduces the theory and practice of GIS (Geographic Information Systems).

Part-time Postgraduate Short course and CPD   |   Year of entry: 2019/20  |  


Remote Sensing - View the Remote Sensing course page

This course addresses the scope of remotely-sensed images as another source of GIS data as well as extending mutual benefits of data integration.

Part-time Postgraduate Short course and CPD   |   Year of entry: 2019/20  |