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Full Time BSc (Hons) Sustainable Rural Development

Lews Castle College

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BSc (Hons) Sustainable Rural Development Year 4 of the BSc (Hons) degree programme with final exit opportunity with BSc Honours degree. Subjects will include Sustainable Energy and Waste Minimisation, Social Enterprise and the New Economy, engaging with external agencies, Capital Project Planning, Environmental Ethics. Level BSc (Hons) Duration & Mode 1 Year Full-Time, 2 Years Part-Time, Online, Distance Learning Description Year 4 of the BSc (Hons) degree programme with final exit opportunity with BSc Honours degree. Subjects will include Sustainable Energy and Waste Minimisation, Social Enterprise and the New Economy, engaging with external agencies, Capital Project Planning, Environmental Ethics. The BSc (Hons) Sustainable Rural Development has been designed by a UHI team in consultation with industry to meet the needs of rural communities now and in the future. Key themes incorporated within the programme and its modules are sustainability issues and actions in response to climate change in the rural context. Implementing sustainability in the rural context is a necessity and so learning about sustainability and options for adopting its principles will be an area of growth as public efforts continue to raise awareness amongst the wider population. These aims provide the guiding rationale for this programme of study. This course is delivered online within a virtual learning environment (VLE), with course materials augmented by tutorials, seminars and group activities as appropriate. Thanks to the flexibility of the course, students are able to study online and manage their work/family commitments. Evening tutorials are offered and the online learning environment enables the course to be progressed from home and/or your nearest UHI learning centre. Further course information on the UHI website Course Code: UD453-Hons Progression Post-graduate study and employment. Graduates will be well equipped to pursue career opportunities in a wide variety of areas, including local community and economic development, environment and community planning, such as local councils, regional development agencies and UK government and EU funded projects. For practitioners already in work, the online, flexible and modular structure of the course lends itself to CPD opportunities associated with existing personal development planning (PDP) processes. Direct progression on to the MSc Managing Sustainable Rural Development for Honours graduates of this programme is offered. Teaching qualification. Campus / Access All UHI Campus locations (online study) + Online home-based or learning centre-based study across the UK

BSc (Hons) Sustainable Rural Development Year 4 of the BSc (Hons) degree programme with final exit opportunity with BSc Honours degree. Subjects will include Sustainable Energy and Waste Minimisation, Social Enterprise and the New Economy, engaging with external agencies, Capital Project Planning, Environmental Ethics. Level BSc (Hons) Duration & Mode 1 Year Full-Time, 2 Years Part-Time, Online,...

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