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For higher education, a master is a great option. Programs can last about two years with a requirement somewhere between 12 and 18 courses at the graduate level. Field of study options may vary widely, allowing students to tailor their education to their needs.

Situated at the confluence of Arctic and North Atlantic oceans, the Republic of Iceland is known to be a Nordic Island country. The education sector is handled by the Ministry of Education, Science and Culture. The curriculum's and policies are thus outlined by the ministry.

Courses 16-30 (out of 40). Courses in Iceland

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Course in The Global Context

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17 May 2021
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17 Apr 2021
English
Campus

The course The Global Context covers policymaking and the regulatory framework that coastal areas are facing today in an increasingly international setting. The impact of glob ...

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Course in Understanding a Regional Economy

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Aug 2021
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3 weeks
English
Campus

The course in Understanding a Regional Economy provides a "model" of a regional economy by defining the mechanisms underlying the "demand-side" and the "supply-side" of the ec ...

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Course in Welfare and development: Concepts and indicators

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15 Mar 2021
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English
Campus

The course in Welfare and development: Concepts and indicators critically engages a range of commonly available socioeconomic indicators while alternative indices, such as the ...

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Course in Coastal and Marine Ecology

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Aug 2021
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3 weeks
English
Campus

The course explores the patterns and processes of marine ecosystems. The main emphasis of the course is on the population and community ecology of marine ecosystems, relating ...

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Course in Coastal and Marine Management: Practical Applications and Challenges

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31 May 2021
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30 Apr 2021
English
Campus

The course explores the complex interrelationships between coastal and marine natural resources and humans and communities. In recent years, there has been an increasing recog ...

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Course in Coastal and Marine Management: Theory and Tools

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Aug 2021
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English
Campus

The course explores the concepts, principles, approaches, processes and issues related to integrated coastal and ocean management. This is achieved through a review of the dev ...

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Course in Oceanography

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Aug 2021
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3 weeks
English
Campus

The course provides a descriptive introduction to physical processes in the ocean. The students will be given a broad introduction to the history of ocean sciences, the physic ...

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Course From Extraction to Attraction: Coastal Communities in an Era of Leisure and Tourism

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19 Apr 2021
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19 Mar 2021
English
Campus

This course From Extraction to Attraction: Coastal Communities in an Era of Leisure and Tourism examines the changing economic base of coastal communities with the rise of tou ...

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Course in Adaptation Planning

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English
Campus

The course in Adaptation Planning examines challenges that coastal cities and towns may face in light of predicted future climatological changes, and strategies they can use t ...

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Course in Applied Methodology

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3 weeks
English
Campus

The course in Applied Methodology provides students with understanding, skills, and competence in research design, statistics, qualitative methodology, and research ethics. To ...

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Course in Arctic Ocean Governance

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Aug 2021
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2 weeks
English
Campus

The course in Arctic Ocean Governance will discuss the history of governance in the Arctic, both the governance of Arctic nations and the international collaborations that hav ...

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Course in Business Incubator

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06 Apr 2021
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2 weeks
06 Mar 2021
English
Campus

The course in Business Incubator will explore blue/green economy or entrepreneurship in marine aquaculture in arctic and sub-arctic regions. Students will get an insight into ...

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Course in Coastal Food Systems

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03 May 2021
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2 weeks
03 Apr 2021
English
Campus

The course in Coastal Food Systems provides a critical exploration of current issues related to food security, food sovereignty, food justice, and food system sustainability a ...

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Course in Communicating Climate Change

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Aug 2021
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2 weeks
English
Campus

The course in Communicating Climate Change mainly focuses on climate change and sustainable development through media coverage (print media and visual media). The aim of the c ...

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Course in Community and the Built Environment

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English
Campus

The course in Community and the Built Environment examines the perception of landscape/sea in connection with the built environment and the role of planning. This is based on ...

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