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 educati… Read more
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 43). Courses in Iceland
The course in Icelandic Society and Environment explores the context of society, politics, history, economy, environment, and natural resources in Iceland with regard to both ... +
In the course in Innovation and Entrepreneurship, students gain insights into the importance of innovation and entrepreneurship for regional planning and how it is being promo ... +
The course Introduction to Regional Geography introduces geographical perspectives on regional development and rural communities. Emphasis is put on the relationship between h ... +
This Course in Coastal and Marine Conservation will address the issues, challenges and opportunities related to the management of coastal and marine resources through a focus ... +
This course provides an overview of the marine renewable energy sector.
The course is an in-depth analysis of the Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) process, illustrating the variety of outcomes possible, exploring specific tools and techniques, and re ... +
The course in Maritime Anthropology is about the social and cultural dimensions of coastal communities through the lens of anthropology. The course focuses on the relationship ... +
The course in Migration and Population Development provides an overview of theories and research on migration and population development from the perspectives of economics, ge ... +
This course Outlook to the Future: Coastal Arctic Scenarios centers on different future scenarios regarding the Arctic. Different stakeholder groups, their views, and interest ... +
The course Pollution in the Coastal Arctic introduces students to the chemistry related to contamination in the coastal zone. Chemical interactions in the interface of the sea ... +
The course in Public Policy provides an overview of regional and rural policy from a global perspective. A special emphasis is on the distinction between top-down and bottom-u ... +
The course in Regional Policy Evaluation provides an overview of the concepts, processes, and methods of policy and program evaluation in the field of regional policies. Stude ... +
The reduction of Arctic sea ice creates increased opportunities for offshore maritime industries. This course uses the developments in the Arctic as a basis for providing an i ... +
The course in Sociology of Rural and Remote Communities introduces sociological perspectives on rural and remote communities with an emphasis on the multifaceted tension betwe ... +
The course in Sustainable Aquaculture focuses on the interplay between aquaculture and the environment with a focus on principles and concepts related to the ecology of aquacu ... +