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Bachelor of Technology in Environmental Health

Institution / Organisation

Cape Peninsula University of Technology

NQF level Accreditation

6

An accredited level 6 Bachelors degree in Environmental Health.

Entry requirements

A National Diploma in Environmental Health.

Intended audience

Individuals seeking to advance their careers in environmental and occupational health and develop further research skills in these fields.

Overview

Duration Contact Other

Management Methodology

and

two

electives

from

Meat

Hygiene,

Waste

Management, Air Pollution, Occupational Health and Safety, Water Quality Management, Food Hygiene and

Environmental Epidemiology.

1 year (021) 959 6121 / info@cput.ac.za / www.cput.ac.za

This Bachelor of Technology qualification allows graduates entry into the Master of Technology in Environmental Health programme.

Courses in Practice at

this programme include: fourth year level, Research

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  • Master of Technology in Environmental

Health

Institution / Organisation

Cape Peninsula University of Technology

NQF level Accreditation

Entry requirements Intended audience

7

An accredited level 7 Masters degree in Environmental Health. A Bachelor of Technology in Environmental Health.

Individuals seeking to advance their careers in research and development in the context of environmental

Overview

and occupational health. Learners can choose from

two

options

in

this

programme. independent findings in a

The first option involves conducting

supervised

research

dissertation.

Option

and

reporting

two

involves a

course driven programme, where students complete nine modules. Five course modules are completed in Research and Advanced Data Analysis, Performance Measurement Techniques, Governance for Social Change, Introduction to Sustainability and Quality of Life Research, and Tools for Sustainable Development. A sixth module is then undertaken as an internship in a local / provincial government, conducting a research project and producing a paper. The research project involves the participation in environmental impact assessments in the local / provincial government context. Following the internship, students then complete a further three elective modules chosen from: Environmental and Occupational Management Systems, Reporting and Auditing, Environmental Resource Economics, Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety, Business and the

Environment, Environmental and Development.

Law

and

Urbanisation

Learning Opportunities for Careers in Biodiversity Conservation

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