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BSc (Hons) Environmental Resource Management

Level 6

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Key Info

Learning Area   Marine & Natural Environment
Delivery Mode   Full-time
Duration   1 Year
Institution Code   C78


Dates & Locations

Course Type   University
Location   Cornwall College Newquay
Start Date   13/09/2021
UCAS Code   F9N2

This honours degree final year is designed for people with a strong interest in the environment who would like to develop their scientific skills and knowledge base.

You can progress to this one-year programme once you have successfully completed a science-related foundation degree or equivalent qualification.

As part of this programme you will choose optional modules which allow you to specialise in your particular areas of interest choosing from wildlife crime; environmental economics and sustainability; environmental investigation; and environmental strategy and marketing.

You will also design and carry out a research project in which you will investigate specific aspects of the environment. You will study a core module in environmental impact assessment and Geographical Information Systems (GIS).

This programme will also provide you with an insight into the business world and the practices of organisations involved in environmental work.

  What You Will Learn

Indicative Module Year 1
- GIS & Environmental Impact Assessment
- Project
- Research Methods

Options (choose two)
- Environmental Investigation
- Environmental Strategy & Marketing
- Environmental Sustainability & Economics
- Wildlife Crime

  Entry Requirements

240 credits with 120 at level 5 from a relevant Foundation Degree, HND, or equivalent in an appropriate subject. All qualifications and subject grades will be considered on an individual basis. HND qualifications may require additional bridging modules.

  Assessment

The programme is assessed by a mixture of coursework, in-class tests and exams. During your studies you will develop a range of practical and academic skills relevant to working in the environmental sector.

  Progression

Possible Progression (subject to availability)

– Masters-level programmes at other institutions
– PGCE or CertEd at St Austell, Saltash, Duchy Rosewarne or Duchy Stoke

Possible Careers

– Environmental Management
– Energy Management
– Sustainability Consultancy

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# Environmental # RescourceManagement # Eco # Conservation

Courses listed on this website are indicative of the subject, nature and level of study. The College reserves the right to alter specific qualifications titles, awarding bodies and levels of qualification, which can change in year. Any cost may also vary, based on personal funding eligibility. The Cornwall College Group reserves the right to withdraw any course listed at any time.

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