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Masters in Marine Management

Study Marine Management Masters Programmes

Marine Management, also referred to as Maritime Management, as a degree focuses on the study and management of marine ecosystems, resources, and industries. It equips students with the knowledge and skills to address the complex challenges of sustainable marine practices, conservation, and coastal development.

Studying Marine Management allows individuals to make a positive impact on the sustainable use and conservation of marine resources. The interdisciplinary nature of this degree combines elements of biology, economics, policy, and management, making graduates well-rounded professionals capable of addressing the complex challenges facing our oceans. As our global society places increased emphasis on environmental stewardship, this degree provides graduates with the opportunity to contribute to a better and more sustainable future for our marine ecosystems and coastal communities.

Graduates of a master's degree in Marine Management will have an advanced understanding of marine issues and the skills to lead in decision-making and policy implementation. This degree is suitable for those aspiring to become marine researchers, environmental consultants, or managers of marine conservation projects.

Your master's degree program will focus on advanced research, policy analysis, and practical applications in marine management. Modules you study could include:

  • Sustainable Coastal Development
  • Marine Resource Economics
  • Marine Spatial Planning
  • Marine Pollution Management
  • Fisheries Policy and Governance

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