Liverpool John Moores University
Wildlife Conservation and Unmanned Aerial Technology (UAV) Technology
Minimum undergraduate 2.2 degree in biology, conversation, animal behaviour, zoology, ecology; students must provide a satisfactory reference from a suitable person, such as your employer or line manager. If you have non-standard qualifications: Experience is accepted on a case by case basis; if you do not have an Honours degree in a relevant subject area your application may still be considered; professional experience, publications, written reports, CPD activities and other suitable evidence of accomplishment will be taken into account; you will also be interviewed by the programme leader; plus you must provide a satisfactory reference from a suitable person, such as your employer or line manager.
Core modules: Wildlife conservation; introduction to UAV technology; research methods; dissertation.
You will be assessed by written reports, verbal presentations, practical tests.
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|MSc||Full-time||September 2016||-||12 months|
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