Expected Learning Outcome

At the end of the programme students should be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of: In-depth knowledge of current environmental issues that hamper sustainable development in Rwanda and the surrounding region; Understand the complexity of dynamic process of the environment (space & time) using Geo-information technology; Geoinformation tools and techniques relevant to environmental analysis and management; Appropriate tools and techniques to be applied to the environmental research topic.
They will also be able to: Apply a range of tools and steps to case studies and research; Plan and carry out a significant project of research in field of environment and Geoscience for sustainable development; demonstrate the value-added of spatial information in addressing complex environmental issues and supporting informed decisions and innovative ideas.
This programme will equip studtens with skils to produce results from environmental modelling and analysis that are easily understandable by different users and decision makers; write and present project proposals in the subject matter of Environment and Sustainable Development and present them for local and international funding; and Undertake, monitor, report a research project and present results to various audience

Covered modules

Principles of Environment and sustainable Development; Environmental Governance; Environmental Economics and Management of Environmental Projects; Environmental Modeling and Mult Criteria Evaluation; Biodiversity Modelling; Land Degradation Modelling; Integrated Water and Wetland Management; Environmental Impact Assessment; Applied Spatial Statistics; MSc Research Methodology; Research Proposal; MSc Thesis


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