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University of Sheffield

Geoenvironmental waste disposal Engineering geology and geotechnics

A one-year full-time or two-year part-time course with a range of core and optional taught modules in professional and personal skills, geotechnical analysis and design, environmental modelling and uncertainty, environmental law, environmental impact assessment, hydrogeology and water and wastewater treatment. A diploma is awarded for course work only, and an MSc for course work and dissertation. There are also short courses. Seven funded research scholarships/bursaries are available. Normal minimal entry requirements are a second class degree in geology, civil engineering or related subjects. Applications are welcomed from practising engineers and scientists as well as new graduates.

Course structure and entry requirements as course in geoenvironmental waste disposal. Core includes professional and personal skills, dissertation planning, engineering geology, geotechnical analysis and design, foundations design and construction and hydrogeology.

Miss N E Nash, Centre for Environmental & Engineering Geosciences, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, S3 7HF.Tel: 0114 2225711.Fax: 0114 2225700.Email:

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