BSc (Hons) Environmental Management

Duration: 3 years

Course details

This course explores our environment, discovering how humans interact with environmental systems, and how these systems can be managed sustainably. You will learn a variety of environmental management tools and methods, and examine how they can be applied in business and by government and planning authorities at global, regional and local levels.


Year 1

  • Study skills and personal development

  • Biomedical Investigation and Experimentation

  • Introduction to Human Pathology

  • Human Disease

  • Infection and Immunity

  • Human Anatomy and Physiology: Cells to System

  • Human Metabolism

Year 2

  • Research Methods

  • Consultancy Project

  • Urban Environments intl Field Course

  • Occupational Risk Management

  • Optional Modules

Year 3

  • Research Project

  • The Challenge of Climate Change

  • Optional Modules

Entry requirements

  • IELTS: grade 6 with no subscore lower than 5.5
  • GCSE: English Language and Maths at grade C or above
  • International Baccalaureate: 29 points

Career possibilities

Environmental consultancies, local authorities, utilities (such as water, electricity and gas), and organisations within the voluntary sector are all concerned with protection of the environment. A wide range of organisations employ environmental managers to set up and manage their environmental management systems in order to comply with legislation and to conform to national and international standards.Graduates can pursue careers in corporate environmental roles, countryside management, conservation, tourism or planning. This degree may also be useful in becoming an environmental manager, nature conservation officer, town planner or landscape architect.

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