Environmental science is concerned with the evaluation and management of all aspects of the environment (atmosphere, hydrosphere, lithosphere and biosphere). This degree will provide students with a detailed knowledge of processes which occur in both natural and degraded environments. In the environmental science degree, students will gain considerable hands-on experience with equipment both in the laboratory and in the field (this is done in small groups to give each student equal opportunity); take part in many field trips (there are usually two to three field trips per semester); be given the opportunity to work on collaborative projects with industry (this generally involves working in small teams).
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