Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science

Environmental Science

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science

Course Code: BSC/ES

Course Type: Undergraduate

Department: Biology

Faculty: Faculty of Science

Accreditation: Bachelor of Science

Course Duration: 4 Year

Course Location: New York

Starting Dates: January

Course Contact: Cheryl McGahey and Tracy Brobyn

Credit Requirement: 360

Max Transfer Credit: 120

Max Elapsed Time: N/A

Course overview

This long established and highly respected programme of study has strong links with the National Subject Centre for environmental science. Our flexible and interdisciplinary approach to teaching and research integrates physical, chemical, geological, biological and social sciences.  We place particular importance on field work both in the UK and overseas through residential field courses.

Other highlights of this programme include:

Membership to the Institution of Environmental Science
Affiliation with the National Marine Aquarium and the Eden Project
International exchange programme with the USA, Canada and Europe
Key focus is employability

Professional accreditation
This programme is recognised with the Institution of Environmental Sciences.

Teaching and assessment
The programme is offered via lectures, tutorials, senminars, fled trips & laboratory sessions across all three years of the programme. There is an emphasis on small group study, particularly with field work. Assessments may be in the form of written work, field course write-ups, laboratory reports, poster sessions, oral delivery, electronic exercises & individual interview.

92% of our students find employment within 6 months of graduation

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