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    Postgraduate Certificate in Environmental Studies
    Face-to-face postgraduate programme (part-time)

    Programme description

    This programme provides students with sound theoretical knowledge for taking up challenges in a career in environmental protection. Graduates will grasp the advanced knowledge and skills for progressing into postgraduate studies in safety, occupational health and environmental management. Upon successful completion of the programme, students should be able to demonstrate broad-based knowledge and apply skills in analysis, monitoring, control, assessment and management of the environment and ecosystems.

    Programme-specific entry requirements:
    (a) a Bachelor of Science Degree in Applied Science (Biology and Chemistry) offered by the OUHK, or equivalent; or
    (b) a Bachelor of Science Degree in Applied Science (Energy and Environmental Management for Buildings and Facilities) offered by the OUHK, or equivalent; or
    (c) a Bachelor of Science Degree in Environmental Studies offered by the OUHK, or equivalent; or
    (d) any recognized Bachelor of Science Degree offered by a local or overseas institution, or equivalent professional qualification, which is relevant to Environmental Studies or Health and Safety; or
    (e) a Bachelor of Science (Hons) Degree in any discipline; or
    (f) an ordinary degree, or equivalent, in any discipline plus at least two years of demonstrable experiences in environmental protection, public health, occupational safety or relevant disciplines; or
    (g) a recognized academic qualification of higher diploma or associate degree level, or equivalent, plus at least six years of demonstrable experiences in environmental protection, public health, occupational safety or relevant disciplines.

    Students pursing the programme must successfully complete 20 credits* of compulsory courses:

      ENVR S830F Environmental Protection in Modern Society (5)
      ENVR S840F Environmental Management in Practice (5)
      ENVR S850F Ecological Conservation and Environmental Assessment (10)


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    #Important note:
    A student has to complete this programme within six years of first enrolling in the programme.

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    * The credit value is given in brackets at the end of the course title.

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