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Master of Natural Resources Management and Ecological Engineering

  • Upcoming start dates

    Semester 2 - 19 Jul 2021

    Semester 1 - 21 Feb 2022

    Semester 2 - 18 Jul 2022

  • Qualification

    Taught and Research Master's

  • Duration

    2 years full-time

  • Credits

    240

  • Location

    Lincoln University Campus

Expand your potential to make a difference where it’s urgently needed. Gain a world-renowned Master’s degree from Lincoln, including a semester spent in Europe at BOKU University in Vienna. Air fares to and from Vienna are free, and the tuition cost is the same as all other 2-year Lincoln Master’s degrees.

The world desperately needs new approaches to managing natural resources in the face of growing populations, environmental degradation and increased competition for declining resources.  The Master of Natural Resources Management and Ecological Engineering is a globally admired two-year Master’s programme focusing on sustainable development. Part of the study is a semester at BOKU University in Vienna, including free return air fares. This Master’s will further nurture your preparedness to make a significant difference where it’s most needed.

How you’ll grow

  • You’ll design your own multi-disciplinary study programme.
  • Targeting learning and experiences that support your sustainability research and nourish your career aspirations. 

Career opportunities

Career outcomes for MNaRMEE graduates include consulting in international business and sustainability, nature conservation and wildlife management, risk management and ecological engineering fields.  You’ll also be in demand among both government and non-government research organisations, and for consulting in the higher education sector.

Programme information

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Programme contacts

Steve Urlich

Dr Steve Urlich

Lecturer

[email protected]

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