BSc (Hons) Sustainable Environmental Planning and Management
Building sustainable lives
With globalisation and population growth, countries around the planet are faced with environmental problems. Biodiversity degradation, global climate change, increasing floods and droughts, higher energy demands, rising waste generations are amongst the few examples influencing the environment.
Pure sciences do not necessarily offer sufficient preparation for understanding environmental problems and providing adequate planning and management. More often, social, economical and political studies, complemented by various sciences, are the key elements for a sound and sustainable environmental planning and management. It addresses the challenges of shaping the community, government, and corporate responses in the context of rapid environmental change in the contemporary world for the pursuit of sustainability.
This degree has been designed to meet the professional expansion needs in sustainable environmental planning and management on both national and international levels. The programme looks at a broad range of issues surrounding the earth, its biodiversity and its conservation. Students will develop relevant skills and knowledge in the field of environmental planning and management, in line with sustainable development.
- For people aspiring to work in nLocal authorities, Regulatory bodies, Development agencies, Construction and property companies, Waste management organisations, Consultancy, and Conservation firms.
- Credits in Mathematics and at least one Science subject at O’ level