The program focuses on the human dimension, economic implication, locals needs vs. government needs and economic informal discussions. Part of the programme is conducted in collaboration with Danish Universities through the university collaboration programme SLUSE and a batch of Danish students will visit UNIMAS for experimental modules.In order to graduate, students have to complete 33 credits, which comprise of 16 credits (joint SLUSE modules), 9 credits (joint experimental modules) and 18 credits (core UNIMAS modules). Submission of a dissertation at the end of program is compulsory. Evaluation is based on assignments and the final exam.
Level : Postgraduate
Certificate Awarded : Master of Environmental Management (Development Planning)
The objective of the program is to produce a graduate who is well equipped with knowledge and skilful as a policy planner, consultant, environmental officer and manager as well.
Curriculum Description :
Joint SLUSE ModulesEcological System : Concept & IssuesLand Use and Natural Resource ManagementTropical Forestry & Agricultural SystemApplied Environmental and Resource EconomicsMonitoring Using Earth Observation (EO) and GISEnvironmental Management Instruments & SystemsJoint Experimental ModulesInterdisciplinary MethodologyInterdisciplinary Field work & Report / Project PaperCore UNIMAS ModulesSocial transformationDevelopment EconomicsSustainable Development & Indigenous CommunitiesRegional Development PlanningProject Planning & EvaluationResearch Project (Dissertation)
Frequency : 2 intakes per year
Venue : University Malaysia Sarawak
Course Fees : RM 12,000.00 (Malaysian) or less