Coastal Communities and Regional Development

The master's program in Coastal Communities and Regional Development introduces students to various methods for understanding the changes and challenges of coastal communities development. The courses include subjects such as geography, sociology, economics, and planning.

To the right you find information about all available courses. 

The program consists of mandatory courses and elective courses, plus the thesis. Core subjects are taught mainly at the beginning of the program, as they form the basis for subsequent teaching. The program focuses on development and planning and courses promote an interdisciplinary approach. The curriculum is structured so that the courses give students a holistic view of the subject but emphasis is placed on practical approaches and solutions to real-life problems.

The full teaching schedule of the current academic year is accessable here and for 2023-2024  here. Students take one course per timeslot. 

The Course Catalog on the University of Akureyri Ugla-intraweb is accessable here.