Throughout the world people are faced with an ever widening range of serious environmental concerns such as urbanisation, resource depletion, loss of biodiversity, pollution of air and water, and climate change. The use of natural systems as resources raises complex issues of sustainability, environmental and community integrity, security, efficiency and equity.
As part of Lincoln University’s commitment to the sustainable transformation of land, people and economies, we’ve developed two specialist degrees that offer multi-disciplinary education in the theory, methods and practices of environmental management and prepares graduates for employment in a broad range of industries and sectors.
The Bachelor of Environmental Management & Planning (BEMP) is a three year degree and The Bachelor of Environmental Policy and Planning (BEPP) is a four year degree.
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