Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Environmental Health (180 credits)

Overview

Prospective learners following this programme will be dealing with the various, often inter-related, facets of environmental health that include: public health; environmental health and safety; food and water safety; health aspects relating to domestic, leisure and workplace environments, and the impact of these various factors on the individual and on society at large. Learners will gain the knowledge, skills and competences on how to assess, analyse, devise and implement efficient solutions to environmental health issues, with a view that successful candidates may be employed in advisory, enforcement or educational positions. They will also learn about current local policies and legal frameworks that oversee the governance of these environmental health factors.

Admission Requirements

Advanced Diploma in Health Sciences or Advanced Diploma in Environmental Sustainability or Advanced Diploma in Food Technology or Advanced Diploma in Applied Science or 2 A-Level passes and 2 I-Level passes Compulsory A-Level: Biology Preferred A-Levels: English, Chemistry Preferred I-Levels: Chemistry, Mathematics

Course Duration

3 Years Full-Time