The ResM is a postgraduate degree awarded by Plymouth University. It is delivered in Cornwall and has full-time and part-time routes. The research at the heart of the ResM programme is tailored to individual interests and commonly involves working with an industry partner.
Agriculture and food are key priorities for government. Food security, sustainability, environment and climate change are all major strategic issues facing agriculture and food provision at national, European and global levels. This programme offers you the opportunity to research a specific area of agriculture and food. There is an increasing need for highly trained and skilled scientists to assist in the development and understanding of agriculture and food science. ResM graduates will help to meet this need.
In common with other postgraduate research degrees, the ResM culminates in the examination of a thesis based on a period of extended research. Two taught modules equip you with the appropriate level of research skills. The ResM is delivered through the Duchy College node – a research node of Plymouth University’s School of Biological and Marine Sciences. All ResM students are supervised by staff based at the Duchy Stoke, Eden Project or Newquay campuses. Students are co-supervised by
Plymouth University staff.
Full and partial fees bursaries may be available, please contact Dr Peter McGregor for more information and eligibility criteria on 0330 123 2523 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Possible Progression (subject to availability)
– High-level Manager
– Industry Consultant
- UCAS Code: Apply direct to the College
- Institution codes: CORN C78
2:1 in a biological or related science BSc (Hons) degree with a 2:1 grade for the honours project element.
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Indicative ModulesThis programme incorporates taught elements (a minimum of 40 credits and a maximum of 120 credits) and an extended research phase. These taught elements typically focus on research methods, contemporary issues and employability enhancement but may vary according to subject area. You will then undertake a substantial research project under the supervision of a team of subject experts.
*Modules are subject to change and availability
*Courses listed on this website are indicative of the subject, nature and level of study. The college reserves the right to alter specific qualifications titles, awarding bodies and levels of qualification, which can change in year. Any cost may also vary, based on personal funding eligibility.
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