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Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)

Environmental Sciences

Note: This degree program is currently still in the accreditation process. Environmental scientists deal with the conflicting fields of environment and society. They have focused on a more sustainable world and want to understand the complex transformation processes required for this from different and also opposing sides and find solution-oriented answers.

In the degree program Environmental Sciences, students are trained on a broad basis of environmental and social science subjects to become experts who are able to act as mediating generalists in the conflicting fields of nature and society, to analyze this scientifically and to accompany and moderate the transformation processes towards a more sustainable environmental management.

Qualification

The following professional fields are available to graduates of the degree program:

  • Specialist planner in ecologically oriented institutions
  • Consultant in public authorities and institutions with a focus on the environment and nature
  • Environmental educator in institutions with a focus on the environment and nature
  • Scientist in research institutions, authorities, associations and NGOs
  • Environmental auditor for environmental analyses and certifications in companies.

Entry requirements

Subject-specific secondary school leaving certificate (Fachabitur) / general secondary school leaving certificate (Abitur)

Foci

  • Projects
  • Mandatory electives
  • Excursions

Facts

Topics: Current: New study courses, Environment and Nature protection
Start: Winter semester
Mode of study: Full-time
Acceptance: Non-restricted
Dual study program: Not possible
Course language: German
Foreign semester: Optional
Accredited by: Accreditation is in process (AQAS e.V.)
Preparatory course: no

Enrollment Period

Germany and EU Countries
Winter Semester: 15.04. – 15.10.
Non-EU Countries
Winter Semester: 15.04. – 15.10.
Currently no application possible

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