It is important that people fully appreciate the complex relationships between human populations, wildlife and the ecosystems in which they live.
There is more emphasis than ever before on a holistic approach to conservation management, to assess and accommodate the needs of all aspects of ecosystems. This can help achieve the ultimate goal of sustainable ecosystem use, to conserve the long-term potential of habitats and species diversity in both the developing and developed world.
This new MSc in Biodiversity, Wildlife and Ecosystem Health aims to meet the demand for interdisciplinary training required by those whose role it is to understand and manage the natural environment. It will introduce you to the complex inter-dependent nature of ecosystems and the species they sustain, and encourage you to assess the impact of current and future threats to their survival.