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University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences

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Currently Accredited Degree Programmes

Masters (Currently Accredited)

  • MSc Petroleum Geochemistry (full time/part time)
    N.B. this course is suspended for the 2016-17 academic year
Date Accreditation (begins - expires): June 2014 - June 2020
  • MSc Engineering Geology (full time/part time)
Date Accreditation (begins – expires): November 2015 – November 2021
  • MSc Environmental Consultancy (full time/part time)
Date Accreditation (begins – expires): August 2012 – August 2018
  • MSc Hydrogeology & Water Management (full time/part time)
Date Accreditation (begins – expires): February 2013 – February 2019

Masters (Not yet Accredited)

  • Petroleum Geoscience MSc
  • Geotechnical Engineering (MSc)
  • Environmental and Petroleum Geochemistry (MSc)
  • Environmental Engineering (MSc)
  • Hydrology and Climate Change (MSc)

Formerly Accredited Degree Programmes

Masters (Formerly Accredited)

For students graduating from December 2009 onwards:
  • MSc Petroleum Geochemistry (full time/part time)
For students graduating from September 2009 to September 2012:
  • MSc Environmental Biogeochemistry (full time/part time)
  • MSc Environmental Biogeochemistry with Consultancy Skills (full time/part time)
For students graduating from December 2010 to December 2011:
  • MSc Engineering Geology with Consultancy Skills (full time/part time)
For students graduating from December 2010 onwards:
  • MSc Engineering Geology (full time/part time)
For students graduating from December 2013 onwards:
  • MSc Environmental Consultancy (full time/part time)
For students graduating from September 2014 onwards:
  • MSc Hydrogeology & Water Management (full time/part time)


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