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Hull MSc course offers post-NEBOSH Diploma pathway

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If you have achieved a NEBOSH Diploma and want to continue your studies, a Masters Degree could offer the challenge you are looking for, suggests the University of Hull, which is now offering suitable MSc courses.
The University of Hull, in partnership with NEBOSH, now offers MSc and MRes Masters Degrees by distance-learning in Occupational Health, Safety, and Environmental Management subjects.
These qualifications are open to holders of a NEBOSH Diploma who wish to further their learning in Health and Safety and/or Environmental Management.
NEBOSH Development Manager, Barry Wilkes, who worked with the University of Hull to develop the new distance-learning courses, explained: “Students can choose to focus solely on health and safety or environmental management; with the additional option to study both disciplines within their Masters programme. These new degrees are designed to be flexible, and will benefit those people in full-time work who wish to complement their NEBOSH Diploma studies.”
Delivered through distance-learning, these new qualifications are ideal for both UK-based and international candidates wishing to gain a Masters-level qualification to enhance their career development.
The MSc programmes include taught modules on aspects of research methodology and designing a research project, as well as advanced modules on topics relating to health, safety, and environmental management. They conclude with a six-month research dissertation that is relevant to candidates’ own employment.
The MRes programmes are Masters-level research degrees that incorporate modules on research methodology, literature review, and design of research projects. These lead on to a one-year research project, during which students are able to produce a thesis on a topic that is relevant to their work.
For more information on the new Masters Degree programmes contact Stephen Pace at the University of Hull on +44 (0)1482 465455 or neboshenquiries@hull.ac.uk.

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