De Montfort University
The course recognises the move towards an integrated approach to pollution control. It acknowledges the links between pollution of air, water and land, and proposes that an integrated approach minimises damage to the environment; the course begins by establishing fundamental knowledge of water and air quality and the associated techniques of pollution control; it continues by providing fundamental knowledge of waste management and associated techniques, and concludes with integrated pollution prevention control and investigating how the 3 major pollution areas affect each other; this course focuses on UK and European legislation and techniques suitable for a temperate climate.
An 2.2 Honours degree in science, technology or environmental health from a recognised university or similar institution; non-standard entry qualifications with relevant experience also considered.
Integrated pollution prevention and control; water; air; waste; environmental management systems; health and safety.
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|PgDip||Distance learning||£ 830 per Credit module (home fees)||18 months|
|PgDip||Distance learning||£ 830 per Credit module (EU fees)||18 months|
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