Master´s degree programme, 2 years, Trondheim

Ocean Resources

MSc in Ocean Resources (MSOCEAN)
Sustainable development of marine living resources

The world’s oceans have huge living resources which will become more and more important for human’s future welfare. In order to use, protect and further develop these resources in a sustainable way, there is a need for dedicated and well-educated young people with broad and interdisciplinary knowledge about marine biological resources, the marine environment, marine technologies that enable a sustainable use of resources and societal aspects in the marine sector.

The MSc program Ocean Resources at NTNU (MSOCEAN) aims to give the students a broad perspective beside their main in-depth specialization in marine science or marine engineering. If you find it stimulating to take part and work with the further development of our sustainable use and protection of marine living resources, the MSc program Ocean Resources at NTNU is something you should consider.

The Master of Science programme in Ocean Resources is a two-year international multidisciplinary MSc-programme with five specializations. Both natural science and engineering departments are involved, and the programme is especially designed to give the students a broad understanding of the complex interactions in the marine sector. NTNU has excellent research communities in marine science and technology and students can meet and work with their future employers and develop contacts with other relevant partners.

MSc Ocean Resources, specializations:

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Facts

Degree: Master of Science in Ocean Resources
Duration: 2 years, 120 ECTS
Programme code: MSOCEAN
Restricted admission: Yes
Language of instruction: English
Location: Norway, Trondheim

Host Faculty:
The Faculty of Natural Sciences

Host department:
Department of Biology

How to apply

Application deadlines

Non-EU/non-EEA students: 
1 December 2018

EU/EEA students: 
1 March 2019

Norwegian/Nordic students:
15 April 2019

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