This course offers you a scientific understanding of the world around us with various opportunities for overseas travel and study. It is built around an exciting interdisciplinary approach that combines breadth and depth of understanding of environmental problems and solutions through named pathways. A strong emphasis is placed on fieldwork and hands-on experience, including an optional diving module. A focus on employability is a feature of the course.Course highlightsFieldwork orientated course, with strong emphasis on overseas fieldwork including residential courses in Malta, South East Asia and China (in preparation) Lectures from external experts and consultants & links with internationally renowned research institutes (Plymouth Marine Laboratory, The Marine Biological Association etc) Course offers 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 The Faculty of Science is home of the National Subject Centre for Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences An optional diving module is available in the second year. We are the only UK university to offer a professional diving course as part of a degree.
BSc (Hons) Award
F850 UCAS Code
Entry Requirements For This Course
104-112 points including minimum of 2 A levels ideally studying one of the following subjects Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Enviromental Science, Enviromental Studies, Psychology Geography Geology, Applied Science, Use of Maths, Applied Science, Biology or Human Biology, Statistics Science in the Enviroment, Design Technology