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Undergraduate Pathways in Environmental Studies 2020/2021

A pathway program is designed to help individuals develop second language skills while still enabling them to earn credits towards a higher degree. The goal of a pathway program is typically to set students up for a double major in language studies and another area of study.  What is an undergraduate pathway in environmental studies? The goal of an environmental studies program is to foster i… Read more

A pathway program is designed to help individuals develop second language skills while still enabling them to earn credits towards a higher degree. The goal of a pathway program is typically to set students up for a double major in language studies and another area of study. 

What is an undergraduate pathway in environmental studies? The goal of an environmental studies program is to foster individuals who are willing and able to develop solutions to the planet’s growing number of environmental issues. Classes may encourage individuals to think about ways to minimize pollution, increase energy efficiency, promote alternative energy use and increase ecological awareness. Students may gain a better idea of how to assess and solve environmental issues, as well as an understanding of how these issues impact the entire world and not just a localized area.  

Participants of this program usually develop many desirable skills and traits, including the ability to analyze and complex issues, the capacity to think deeply about problems that may or may not have happened yet, and an aptitude for generating awareness. Each of these skills may be useful in many careers and life overall.

The cost of a pathway program varies significantly from school to school, and factors such as the school’s location and the duration of the program may affect the total cost of tuition. Individuals should speak with an academic advisor before applying.

Though the purpose of a pathway program is generally to prepare students to earn a bachelor’s, some participants choose to end their education upon the completion of the program. These individuals may discover they still have several career opportunities to pursue. Some job titles for non-degree holders include occupational health and safety technician, forest ranger, researcher, conservation specialist and agriculture worker.

Many learning institutions offer pathway programs, but where a student chooses to go all depends on his or her location and budget. Online options are convenient for those with strict schedules. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Birmingham City University International College
Birmingham , United Kingdom

The University’s School of Engineering and the Built Environment has received professional recognition from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), the Royal Town ... +

The University’s School of Engineering and the Built Environment has received professional recognition from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI), the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) and the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT). -
Undergraduate Pathway
Full-time
2 - 4 semesters
English
Campus
 

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