How to achieve the right balance between using the environment for our needs and protecting it at the same time represents a significant challenge for society. This degree covers the basic principles of the environmental sciences, but also covers environmental economics and law in order to gain an understanding of how and why humans interact with the environment. It uniquely equips graduates with the ability to apply scientific principles and management techniques to real-life environmental problems, such as pollution, energy provision and climate change. The degree will provide you with the knowledge and skills to work in a range of areas. Why choose Bangor University for this course? Bangor’s location makes it an ideal place to study the environment. You will have a first-hand opportunity to use the wide range of stunning environments for fieldwork, case studies and individual research. You will have the opportunity to interact and work with UK and overseas environmental organisations and employers. This experience will help generate a more professional, employable graduate. Bangor is one of the strongest institutions in the UK within the environmental studies. The course brings together a range of subjects to create a multidisciplinary degree that is highly relevant to today’s changing world. Our degrees are accredited by the Institution of Environmental Science (IES). Following an accredited degree will make you more employable and you will get numerous benefits free throughout your degree. You may study all or part of your second year at a selected university in Europe, Canada, or the USA.