B.Sc. (Hons) Environmental Science provides students with the opportunity to develop knowledge of environmental science and to recognise its relevance to society at national and global levels.
Field and lab-based activity is an important component of the programme. Students are introduced to a range of basic scientific concepts and theories related to environmental science. Students choose from one of four pathways: Climate Change; Landscape Ecology; Wastes; and a programme enabling students to tailor a degree of their interest across these subject areas.
Detail of Award
BSc(Hons) Environmental Science , BSc(Hons) Environmental Science (Climate Change) BSc(Hons) Environmental Science (Landscape Ecology) , BSc(Hons) Environmental Science (Wastes)
55% in 10+2/CBSE. Students must have 60% in English or IELTS score of 6.0 (or equivalent) with no skill below 5.5.
All decisions regarding an offer letter are made by the University of Northampton, UK approval.
Short term and long term career opportunities
Environmental Monitoring Officer:
(Air Pollution Monitor, Water Quality Monitor, Noise Pollution Monitoring and experts in the same fields.)
Green Sector Jobs: Conservation officer, Wildlife Expert, Natural Resource Management Expert.
Conservationist: Wildlife – Bird, Animals, Plant Species.
Global Issues: Climate Change officer, Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Related
Projects Related Jobs: Environment Officer
Consultancy: IEE, EIA, Environment Monitoring
(Road, Hydropower, Irrigation, Building complexes, Hospitals, River Conservation)
Environmental Officer, Environmental Inspector (MOEST)
Teaching: School, +2, and Above
Laboratory expert: Measurement and Environment Aspects in Laboratory
Job in: Zoo, National Parks, Wildlife Sanctuary , Army
International Agencies:-United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), UNDP, FAO, WWF(World Wildlife Foundation), WHO, UNICEF, WORLD BANK, ADB(Asian Development Bank), Winrock International-Nepal, Climate change Secretariat
Higher Education : MSC, PhD. – Direct PhD
|ENV1001||Air and Water - Principles||20||Compulsory (all)|
|ENV1002||Introduction to Ecology||20||Compulsory (all)|
|ENV1110 Global||Environmental Issues||20||Compulsory (all)|
|ENV1111||Principles of Wastes Management||20||Compulsory (all)|
|ENV1016||Fundamental of Environmental Science||20||Compulsory (all)|
|ENV1012||Biodiversity: An Introduction||20||Compulsory (all)|
Student must take all compulosory modules for their pathway.
|ENV2036||Research Methods||20||Compulsory (all)|
|ENV2125||International Environmental Policy & Control||20||Compulsory (all)|
|ENV2014||Air and Water - Process||20||Compulsory (all)|
|ENV2033||Landfill Process||20||Designated (Was,Esc)|
|ENV2034||Mechanical, Biological and Thermal Waste Treatments||20||Designated (Was,Esc)|
|ENV2001||Contaminated Land||20||Designated (Was,Esc,LE)|
|GEO2111||Weather and Climate||20||Comp (CC) Designated (ESc)|
|GEO2034||Past Environments||20||Comp: (CC) Designated (ESc)|
BSc Environmental Science:Student must take all compulsory modules plus three designated modules.
|ENV4101||Research Project and Dissertation||40||Compulsory (all)|
|ENV3018||Wastes Minimisation and Recycling||20||Comp: (Was) Designated (ESc)|
|ENV3012||Hazardous Wastes Management||20||Comp: (Was) Designated (ESc)|
|ENV3013||Sustainable Development: Land use and Planning||20||Comp: (LE) Designated (ESc,CC)|
|ENV3021||Biodiversity & Conservation||20||Designated (Esc)|
|ENV3124||Water Resources Management||20||Comp: (Was) Designated (ESc,CC,LE)|
|ENV3108||Climate and Society||20||Comp: (CC) Designated (ESc)|
BSc Environmental Science:Student must take all compulsory modules plus four designated modules.