This course is based on a strong interdisciplinary and applied focus and established links to industry, national and local government and agencies and professional accrediting bodies (Institute of Environmental Sciences, Chartered Institute of Environmental Health); it develops the business and advanced technical skills required of environmental consultants; much of the course is undertaken as workplace based learning so it is especially suitable for those in employment.
Environmental business skills; professional practice in environmental sciences; dissertation; sustainable technologies; environmental assessment; introduction to applied GIS; water management challenges for the 21st century; catchment hydrology; catchment management; water policy and law; sustainable development: principles and practice; spatial analytical methods; waste management and contaminated land; air quality management.
We assess through coursework, project work - including group work and exams. You may also be assessed through viva voce.
1st degree of 2.2 or above in a Bachelor's science or environmental subject, or substantial relevant experience.
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Bristol, University of the West of England
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Dr Jo Barnes
+44 (0)117 32 83333