|Degree:||Bachelor of Science (BSc)|
|University website:||Environmental Sciences|
|Annual tuition (EEA)||2,143 EUR|
|Annual tuition (non-EEA)||15,700 EUR|
How to ensure a healthy living environment with seven billion people on our planet? This is what the interdisciplinary bachelor's programme Environmental Sciences is about. Learn how to investigate environmental issues like pollution, study on climate change and depletion of natural resources from a natural and social scientific perspective, and explore innovative sustainable solutions. It's all possible in this bachelor of environment.
In the first year you expand your knowledge in Maths, Statistics, Chemistry and Physics. Besides these basic courses introductory courses on environmental issues like soil, water and environmental policy are part of the first year courses. At the start of the year you will be introduced to developing sustainable solutions to environmental problems. At the end of the year you can apply your knowledge and insights in a real life context.
Courses on air quality, environmental technology, environmental system analysis and sustainability transitions are part of the 2nd year. You gain a deeper understanding of the area that appeals to you most by choosing one of three majors: Environmental Quality and Systems Analysis, Environmental Technology or Environmental Policy and Economics. In a knowledge integration course you carry out research for a company or organisation. In small groups you try to solve a case in a sustainable way. Concluding this year you go on a study trip abroad together with fellow students.
During the third year you gain more extensive knowledge in your major, which you can apply in your individual thesis. The other semester is available for elective courses at Wageningen University & Research or at another university in the Netherlands or abroad.