Place yourself in the nexus of human society, nature and environment, dealing with local to global issues regarding the world.
Learn about environmental management and food systems in developing countries, making sustainable, positive changes.
Engage with local, national and international efforts to deal with climate change through natural- and social sciences.
Focus on soil, water and biodiversity related to environmental management. By four European universities.
Gain knowledge on how substances move and are degraded in the environment, and most importantly, how to find solutions to the challenges.
Learn to assess the economic value of the environment, and how we can achieve nature restoration and limiting pollution.
Work in depth with urban development, resource management, and global environmental processes.
Globalisation has radically changed the way people live. Gain the qualifications required to understand, analyse and act in this new globalised world.
Work with the many interrelated determinants impacting human global health and disease - ranging on a scale from individual to society.
This international management programme enables you to develop the world’s forests and natural areas in a sustainable manner.
Get competences in scientific methods and practical management skills in the fields of nature, biodiversity, spatial planning and landscape.
Balancing the use of natural resources and the need for forests, nature and landscapes.
Master programmes (1 year or part time)
Collaborative programmes between UCPH and other universities
Offered at CBS in a collaboration with DTU and UCPH. Students are brought together and taught by faculty from the three universities.
can be followed by students enrolled at a MSc programme at a university in Denmark or abroad complementing their skills.
An advanced part-time 2-year curriculum on energy law by four different universities.