The Marine Science and Sustainability taught Masters Degree at UniSey is a 13-month programme commencing in January every year. The programme comprises coursework and a mini dissertation (research project).
This takes place during the first half of the year, and comprises the following modules:
Students are expected to complete a 6-month research project on a topic related to marine science. Students will work together with a research supervisor to develop a research project topic during the year, according to their interests. The second half of the course will be dedicated to project work.
The coursework and mini dissertation can be broken down into three levels that students must complete and pass in order to be awarded with an MSc degree.
The programme structure allows students to be flexible in how they complete each level. This allows busy professionals to complete one level at a time. For example, the Masters programme can be taken full-time over one year, or can be taken over several years by completing Level 1 in the first year and Level’s 2 and 3 in following years.
For a more information about the course, contact:
Ms. Rachel Onezime
Ms Nuette Gordon
Head of Environment Department
P.O. Box 1348