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Our future wellbeing depends on how we treat the environment. Society and industry are moving towards sustainability - improving our quality of life with minimal environmental impact. Society and industry have a real need for graduates who can understand and meet the challenges presented by sustainable development in all sectors of life, and environmental degree programs are designed to meet specific needs.

The underlying theme which runs through the environmental degree is environmental assessment - the analysis of the environmental implications of new developments, products, processes and services, and the management and auditing of systems already in place. This program will give student a solid grounding in the scientific and technological principles, practices and skills that are essential to understanding and managing the environmental implications of actions. Students also can study Environmental Science and Technology alongside other subjects through combined program. Combinations are listed below:


It can be denied that transport systems- rail, road, air and sea - have an impact on our environment. Despite the press coverage given to protestors, there are many transport planners quietly working to create sustainable systems - ones that allow us to develop our infrastructure, whilst, conserving and preserving our environment. To be able to do this, these professionals must have the relevant knowledge to design such systems to meet society's needs. The topic studies in this degree are key to developing the necessary skills for Transport and Environmental Planning.

Subject Guide
The course covers Principle of Economics; Transport Planning; Development and Regulation of Transport Activity; Maths; Data Analysis; Communication Skills and IT; Law; Environmental Impacts Assessments; Principles of Business Management; Fundamental Science and Technology; Geology and Soil Science; Sustainable Process Technology; Land Use and Transport Planning; Environmental Economics; Planning Enquiries; Transport Forecasting; Transport Planning Systems; Risk Assessments; Survey and Drawing Skills; Health Safety and Environmental Law; Energy Supply and Distribution; Ecology; Water Management. The course also covers Environmental Management; Passenger Service Provision; Implementing Transport Policy; Transport Economics; Contaminated Land and Waste Management; Clean Technology; Energy Efficiency; and Policy Management and Monitoring.


The environmental issues associated with construction projects could be far-reaching if not managed effectively. It is a legal requirement that any significant development is subjected to an Environmental Impact Assessment and all major construction sites will have environmental management systems in place. In order to meet these and other requirements, the environmental consultant or manager must have a deep understanding the both the construction process and its associated implications for the environment. This program is designed to meet the needs of industry for these skills.

Subject Guide
The course covers Design; Materials; Surveying; Work Place Health and Safety; Maths; Data Analysis; Communication Skills and IT; Law; Environmental Impact Assessments; Fundamental Science and Technology; Geology and Soil Science; Sustainable Process Technology; Site Investigation and Analysis; Measurement and Estimation; Drawing; Financial Accounting; Construction Law; Principle of business Management; Pollution Management and Monitory; Health Safety and Environmental Law; Energy Supply and Distribution; Ecology; Water Management. The course also covers Project Finance and Planning; Quality Management; Materials Durability and Assessments; Operation Research; Highway Engineering; Environmental Management; Risk Assessments; Contaminated Land and Waste Management; Clean Technology; and Energy Efficiency.

The introduction of formal environmental management systems and the strengthening of environmental legislation around the world have turned the management and the evaluation of the environmental issues into the growth area. As a result, graduates with a sound knowledge of environmental science allied to a second subject are in high demand in the industry and governments.

Engineering And Applied Science Programs:

Bioscience and Biochemistry Programs
Chemical Engineering Programs
Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry
Chemistry and Applied Chemistry Programs
Computing for Business
Computing Science
Construction Programs
Electro Mechanical Engineering
Electronic Engineering and Computer Science
Electronic Engineering Programs
Electronic Product Design
Electronic Systems Engineering
Environmental Programs
Foundation Year Programs
Geographic Information Systems
Health and Safety Management Programs
Information Mathematics (I-Math)
Internet Systems/Engineering
Logistics Management
Mechanical Engineering
Multimedia Technology Programs
Product Design Programs
Technology and Enterprise Management
Transport Management Program
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