Environmental Health - BSc (Hons)

Cardiff Metropolitan University
Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom
Bachelor's Degree
Study mode
3 years
Total tuition fee (local)
USD 34,866
Total tuition fee (foreign)
USD 46,488

Entry Requirements

  • IELTS: 6.0 overall with no sub score lower than 5.5
  • Pearsons: Overall - 52; Reading - 51; Speaking - 51; Listening - 51; Writing - 51
  • Other equivalent qualifications.


Year One:

You are introduced to the underpinning themes of environmental and public health. You will be taught the general principles of law and science that will provide the legal and scientific framework within which environmental health practitioners operate. In addition you will undertake modules that will develop your communication and analytical skills.

Modules you will study are:

  • Foundation Law
  • Environmental Science
  • Environmental & Public Health practice
  • Food Safety Management
  • Built Environment
  • Research & Study Skills
  • Occupational Health & Safety 1

Year Two:

You will further develop your problem solving skills, by critically evaluating various strategies to remove the risk to health in core areas of environmental health.

Modules you will study are:

  • Occupational Health & Safety 2
  • Housing Law & Practice
  • Promoting Change and Managing Risk
  • Principles and Practice of Risk Assessment
  • Public Health Epidemiology
  • Professional Employability and Work Based Learning
  • Applied Research Methods
  • Environmental Protection
  • Food Safety Management

Year Three:

You will develop high level skills to critically evaluate policy and strategies in the key areas of environmental and public health, which culminates in a research project. This utilises original thought to demonstrate problem-solving skills in an area that requires an intervention.

The modules you will study are:

  • Management of Outbreaks
  • Environmental Protection Management
  • Occupational Health & Wellbeing
  • Improving Health & Safety Performance
  • Influencing Policy for Health & Sustainable Development
  • Food Safety Management
  • Environmental Health Intervention Development
  • Research project. ​

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