This full-time one-year conversion statistics course is intended for students who wish to deepen their statistical skills and develop an in-depth and applied understanding of sustainability from a variety of perspectives. This is a flagship MSc of Trinity College Dublin’s E3 ‘Engineering, Environment and Emerging Technology’ initiative and the course embodies the E3 mission to create a more sustainable future for our world.

The course is designed to cater for students from diverse backgrounds through flexible learning options in the course modules. The course provides students with a wide range of modelling, computing, and statistical skills, and they will study a variety of sustainability topics that are key to developing solutions to environmental challenges from global to local levels.

Applicants should have a first-class or upper second-class honours undergraduate degree or equivalent with a strong background in numeracy that includes at least one year of university-level mathematics including linear algebra and calculus topics.

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Professor Arthur White

Course Director

Department of Education and Skills, the HEA, the Government of Ireland co-funded by the European Union