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University-Level Prospectus | NEW COURSES FOR 2021/22 NEW COURSES FOR 2021/22


These courses will be available to apply for in 2021; please check our website for further information. Please note that these courses are subject to approval by the University of Plymouth at the time of going to print.


FdA ART AND CONTEMPORARY CRAFT


This course will explore the fundamental creative practise within the fields of commercial Fine Art and Contemporary Craft. Entrepreneurship will be embedded throughout the programme, enabling you to explore the commercial potential your work has to offer in local, national and international markets. You will undertake various forms of research which will develop into experimentation - from which finished outcomes will emerge.


FdSc FOOD MANUFACTURING


This course has been designed to address the skills shortages in management and leadership roles within food manufacturing in Devon and the wider South West region. It will provide a foundation of knowledge and insight to enable individuals to pursue a wide range of managerial positions within the industry.


FdA SUSTAINABLE TOURISM MANAGEMENT


The short- and long-term sustainability of the tourist industry is very important to the region. Enabling tourism to become more responsive and proactive in terms of the social, environmental, and economic change is undoubtedly an important concern.


FdSc SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT


This course is a direct response to the declaration of a climate crisis by both the Government and Devon County Council. Petroc is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and UNESCO world heritage site Biosphere with Exmoor, Dartmoor and other rural environments all human-managed. We need to manage our environment in a sustainable way.


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