Environmental Management at Teesside University, Middlesbrough - UCAS

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Course summary

Environmental management involves the protection and conservation of natural resources, from the air we breathe, to the water we drink to the ecosystems that support life to the renewable and non-renewable energy and materials that are exploited for modern living and the disposal of waste. Human activities exert a profound impact on the natural world but with concerted environmental stewardship from the local to global level, negative environmental impacts can be minimised to ensure long-term sustainability On this course you benefit from an applied and multi-disciplinary approach, gaining a working knowledge of biology, chemistry, ecology, geography, geology, and the social sciences, delivered by research and practice-led teaching staff, drawing on case studies and active academic and professional experience. You gain knowledge and skills needed to navigate the scientific, social, technological, and regulatory aspects of an environmental management career. You learn how to communicate scientific principles clearly and effectively to a range of stakeholders from local community members/groups to national/international governing bodies. Successful graduates from this course are well-placed to find employment. As an energy and environmental manager, you might find yourself responsible for overseeing the energy and environmental performance of a private, public or voluntary sector organisation, or in one of a wide range of engineering industries. Energy and environmental managers examine corporate activities to establish where improvements can be made and ensure compliance with environmental legislation across the organisation. You might be responsible for reviewing the whole operation, carrying out energy and environmental audits and assessments, identifying and resolving energy and environmental problems and acting as an agent of change. Your role could include training the workforce to develop the ability to recognise their own contributions to improved energy and environmental performance. It may also include developing, implementing and monitoring energy and environmental strategies, policies and programmes that promote sustainable development at corporate, national, or global level. Visit Teesside University’s website to apply to start in September or January. You may wish to study our two year advanced practice route which enhances your qualification by adding a vocational or research-based internship.


Access course information through Teesside University’s website using the course page link provided (or visit www.tees.ac.uk).

Assessment method

Modules are assessed by a variety of methods including examination and in-course assessment with some utilising other approaches such as group work or verbal/poster presentations.

Entry requirements

Applicants should normally have a good honours degree (2.2 or above) from a UK university or a non-UK equivalent qualification in a subject related to science, technology, engineering or business/management. Non-UK students must also meet the University's minimum English language requirements.

Fees and funding

Tuition fees

No fee information has been provided for this course

Additional fee information

UK applicants: £680 per 20 credits. Visit Teesside University’s website for information on fees, funding and scholarships.
Environmental Management at Teesside University, Middlesbrough - UCAS