DipHE Hydrography for Professionals

General

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Program Description

Coursing through parched, landlocked Mali in Western Africa, the Niger River flows north through an ancient sand sea before turning sharply east to skirt the edge of the dune-striped Sahara. At the confluence of the Bani and Niger Rivers is an island delta complete with narrows, twisting waterways, lagoons, and tiny islands. USGS / Unsplash

This qualification is perfect for both marine professionals wanting to gain new hydrographic survey and oceanographic knowledge without having to study full-time and those with an academic interest in the subjects. The syllabus has been developed together with industry, so will give you both academic theory and practical skills in hydrography and its allied disciplines.

Duration

The DipHE consists of 8 modules, each of which takes 13 weeks to study. Modules run twice a year so, overall the DipHE degree takes about 4 years to complete when studied part-time.

Entry requirements

Flexible but normally a high school certificate, however other prior learning and particularly significant professional experience can be considered by the Admissions Tutor.

Last updated Sep 2020

About the School

MLA College is an award-winning provider of distance learning degrees in a range of subjects. We offer both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees which are taught by distance learning, both online and offli ... Read More

MLA College is an award-winning provider of distance learning degrees in a range of subjects. We offer both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees which are taught by distance learning, both online and offline, allowing students to obtain a relevant degree whilst balancing their careers and other life commitments. We deliver outstanding flexible education and training to promote the conservation and sustainable use of the environment for the advancement of the global community. MLA College develops people who are committed to values that benefit humanity. Read less