Environment Science (2 Years)

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Graduation Degree in Botany, Zoology, Life Sciences, Physics, Microbiology, Chemistry, Biotechnology or any equivalent subject with a minimum of 50% marks is required in the qualifying degree.

  • Students will integrate knowledge from multiple disciplines representing physical and life sciences perspectives and social and cultural perspectives on humans’ interactions with their ecosystem.
  • Students will contribute to and facilitate interdisciplinary research and problem solving, through independent and collaborative work.
  • Students will use quantitative and qualitative research tools and techniques to analyze, implement, envision, assess, and report sustainability efforts.

Program Educational Objectives:
  • To produce skilled experts with a background of Environmental Science employable for positions in the fields like education, industry and government and non-government organizations.
  • To impart knowledge on human environment interaction and provide knowledge on issues related to development and environment.
  • To impart technical/analytical methodologies for environmental analysis.
  • To provide technical methodologies (EIA/EA/Safety management) for sustainable development.
  • To prepare our graduates to become effective scientific communicators in multidisciplinary teams providing technical leadership to engage with the challenging environmental problems of local, national, and global nature.

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Program Outcomes:

After completing the major in Environmental Studies, students will be able to:

  • Articulate the interconnected and interdisciplinary nature of environmental studies.
  • Demonstrate an integrative approach to environmental issues with a focus on sustainability.
  • Use critical thinking, problem-solving, and the methodological approaches of the social sciences, natural sciences, and humanities in environmental problem solving.
  • Communicate complex environmental information to both technical and non-technical audiences.
  • Understand and evaluate the global scale of environmental problems.
  • Reflect critically on their roles, responsibilities, and identities as citizens, consumers and environmental actors in a complex, interconnected world.
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