Affiliation: Tribhuvan University
Duration: 4 years
Eligibility: Minimum of 12 years of schooling
In recent years environment education has gained an overwhelming popularity and momentum in the country. This has become the first choice of the majority of +2 students. Environmental science is a global issue, receiving more attention now than ever before and is going to increase in importance in the future. In this course the Students learn about the wide reaching influences affecting the environment and the role that individuals and governments will have to play in the future, as well as the contribution that you may be able to make to approaching advances.
It is carefully designed and covers all the aspects of environmental functionality, its problems along with sustainable management processes and methods.
- Master core concepts and methods from ecological and physical sciences and their application in environmental problem solving.
- Appreciate the ethical, cross-cultural, and historical context of environmental issues and the links between human and natural systems.
- Understand the transnational character of environmental problems and ways of addressing them, including interactions across local to global scales.
- Apply systems concepts and methodologies to analyze and understand interactions between social and environmental processes.
- Demonstrate proficiency in quantitative methods, qualitative analysis, critical thinking, and written and oral communication needed to conduct high-level work as interdisciplinary scholars and/or practitioners.
The objective of an environmental scientist's career is to investigate, identify, prevent and solve environmental problems in order to ensure that the planet
and all its living creatures are kept safe.
Preparing, reviewing and updating environmental investigative reports, designing projects that lead to the preservation of the environment and providing technical support on environmental mediation project
Environmental lawyers usually represent different companies, businesses, organizations, communities, or even farmers.
Environmental attorneys interview expert witnesses like environmental engineers, biologists, chemists and environmental scientists as they
prepare and litigate their cases.
An environmental geologist ensures that the water supplies and soil remain pure and uncontaminated without hindering their accessibility to the organisms that need them to survive.
Generating realistic proposals for environmental policy requires an in-depth knowledge of scientific concepts.
Environmental biology is already a more focused aspect of environmental science, but there are still that a student can choose from such as ecological conversation, land and water specialization and landscape analysis and management.