University of Newcastle's Master of Disaster Resilience and Sustainable Development
The University of Newcastle’s Master of Disaster Resilience and Sustainable Development is designed for people from a range of careers to understand resilience and sustainable development principles, and systematically apply them to avoid disasters, operate through extreme events and emerge better placed to face the future.
This program is jointly developed by the United Nations and CIFAL Newcastle, a United Nations training centre with a focus on disaster resilience and sustainable development. Students will be co-certified by UNITAR and UNDRR and be prepared to implement the UN Sustainable Development Goals and the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction.
Built with flexibility in mind, this program is available 100% online with multiple courses also offered face-to-face, and students can choose to study full-time or part-time so they can fit study in around their lifestyle.
The program is available for people from a range of backgrounds and experience. There are study pathways from 80 units to 160 units depending on relevant professional experience and qualifications. Students can also elect to study at a time that suits them, with multiple intakes per year.
Visit newcastle.edu.au/disaster-resilience for more information and to apply.
Phone: 02 4921 5000
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