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Mestrado em Gestão Aplicada de Carbono (Campus Dumfries)
  • Modalidade

    O curso se realiza de forma presencial.

  • Duração

    O curso dura entre 1 e 2 anos.

  • Certificado Oficial

    Mestre em Gestão Aplicada de Carbono.

  • Considerações

    A Universidade de Glasgow é uma das instituições de ensino mais reconhecidas internacionalmente. O Mestrado em Gestão Aplicada de Carbono que ela oferece é dado no campus Dumfries, no sudoeste da Escócia.

    O curso pode durar entre 12 e 24 meses e o aluno aprenderá por meio de seminários, projetos e viagens de estudo. O aluno estudará sobre a gestão do carbono e as principais teorias e princípios de sustentabilidade.

  • Dirigido a

    Poderão realizar o curso todos aqueles com formação de nível superior.

  • Área de atuação

    O profissional pode trabalhar em lugares como WWF.

  • Salário estimado

    Salário ao redor de 6 mil reais.

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Mestrado em Gestão Aplicada de Carbono (Campus Dumfries)


R$ 39.190,00

O Mestrado em Gestão Aplicada de Carbono oferece a você a oportunidade de se tornar um especialista em gestão sustentável de carbono, ajudando organizações e instituições a fazer a diferença na luta contra o aquecimento global. 
  • This programme is based in Dumfries, south-west Scotland, it is offered as a result of an unique partnership between the University of Glasgow and the Crichton Carbon Centre.
  • The Dumfries Campus is ideally situated to make an important contribution to the international agenda for tackling climate change: it is close to natural carbon sinks, relevant non-government organisations and renewable energy companies.
  • There are a number of scholarships and work placement opportunities available.
  • You will have excellent employment prospects in a variety of highly interesting and rewarding roles, as well as opportunities to progress to doctoral study.
Programme overview
  • MSc: 12 months full-time; 24 months part-time.
Teaching is through a combination of lectures, seminars, projects, study trips and fieldwork. At as a graduate of the programme you will
  • be able to demonstrate an understanding of the conceptual and methodological bases for conducting high-quality investigations in the context of carbon management
  • be able to analyse the ethical considerations relevant to carbon management in an occupational or professional context 
  • be able to apply the tools employed for tackling greenhouse gas emissions
  • be able to evaluate the effectiveness of different strategies employed to tackle greenhouse gas emissions
  • have the knowledge and technical ability to assess and advise on carbon management.
Content

Core courses
  • Carbon auditing and management  
  • Climate, carbon and change 
  • Theory and principles of sustainability
  • Environmental ethics and behavioural change.
Optional courses
  • Climate change: impacts on ecology
  • Sustainable Buildings 
  • Environmental economics 
  • Sustainable energy technologies 
  • Tourism sustainability and climate change
  • Policies for sustainability and development
Other optional courses are available.
You will also complete either a work placement project or dissertation.

Career prospects
 
As a graduate you will be able to pursue careers such as carbon management, energy conservation and carbon auditing with environmental consultancies, private companies and governmental agencies.

You will also be well prepared for an academic career in this field.

Entry requirements

Entry requirements for postgraduate taught programmes are a 2.1 Honours degree or equivalent qualification (for example, GPA 3.0 or above) in a relevant subject unless otherwise specified.

English language 

If your first language is not English, the University sets a minimum English Language proficiency level. 

Teaching team.

University of Glasgow
  • Dr Bethan Wood  (Programme Director, School of Interdisciplinary Studies)  
    Courses: Climate Change: Impacts on Ecology, Work Placement Project
  • Dr Steven Gillespie  (School of Interdisciplinary Studies; Programme Director from 1st August 2012)  
    Courses: Tourism Sustainability and Climate Change, Dissertation
  • Mr Tony Gloyne  (Business School/Economics)  
    Courses: Theory and Principles of Sustainability, Environmental Economics, Policies for Sustainability and Development
  • Dr Stuart Hanscomb  (School of Interdisciplinary Studies) 
    Course: Environmental Ethics and Behavioural Change
  • Dr Sean Johnston  (School of Interdisciplinary Studies)   
    Course: Environmental Ethics and Behavioural Change
  • Dr Benjamin Franks  (School of Interdisciplinary Studies)  
    Course: Environmental Ethics and Behavioural Change 
Crichton Carbon Centre
  • Dr Rachel Dunk  (Associate Teaching Fellow) 
    Courses: Climate, Carbon and Change, Carbon Auditing and Management
  • Ms Lisa Gibson  (Graduate Teaching Assistant) 
    Courses: Climate, Carbon and Change, Carbon Auditing and Management
Work Placements.

Work Placements in past years have included:
  • Forestry Commission (Northern Research Station, Edinburgh; Alice Holt, Surrey):  Deadwood and soil carbon; Calculating the carbon impacts of establishing a wind farm on forested land and building of forest roads on peatlands; Deadwood in oak forests and its role in carbon storage; An assessment of the carbon stored in deadwood in UK forestry.
  • Crichton Carbon Centre:  A comparison of embodied carbon associated with the windows of a pre 1919 house and a comparably sized contemporary property; Assessment of the potential role of biochar as a carbon sink.
  • Friends of the Earth, Carbon Accountability Project:  Carbon disclosure in the energy sector
  • Natural Power:  Extreme wind analysis of wind turbines; A validation study of the vortex wind model.
  • Moffat CAN:  Domestic energy assessments
  • Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Technische Zusammenarbeit GmbH:  Research on the strategic orientation of the Indonesian climate change trust fund towards mitigation of climate change in the energy sector of Indonesia.
  • Scottish Agricultural College:  An investigation into the factors affecting laser methane detector measurements under outdoor conditions; An indicative study of the environmental, social and economic implications of alternative slurry use.
  • Amey:  Improving the sustainability of road maintenance and construction.
  • Oceana:  Comparison of the offshore oil drilling and offshore wind industries in the USA (Deepwater Horizon and Cape Wind).
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