This degree provides consciousness of environmental problems gradually increasing and by regular media attention to issues such as atmospheric pollution, environmental degradation and extinction and scarcity phenomena and implications of human-caused climate changes.
It provides students with a foundation in traditional areas of the field (chemistry, geo-sciences, biological sciences, physics, geography, mathematics.) along with a broad range of elements guiding environmental issues such as environmental policy and planning, risk and impact assessment for environment, sampling methodologies and studies related to biological communities.
The students are aimed to have expertise and information in the basic areas of science and an understanding of the multiple disciplines dealing with environmental management. The graduates on the completion of their degree will be able to add successfully to in designing environmental monitoring and sampling programs with the ability to conduct further studies, and to extend their contributions to policy development in the field of environmental management.