Study plan Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Science


  • Identify the scientific and technological basis of the main areas of Physics, Mathematics, Biology, Geology and Engineering involved in environmental issues.
  • Identify the basic principles of social sciences (Geography, Economics, politics, Sociology, Law, Education and Communication) that are involved in environmental issues.
  • Identify the main contemporary challenges in environmental science.
  • Recognise the impact human activity and behaviour has on the environment, particularly the climate.
  • Compare the scientific basis of the Earth system (hydrology, oceanography, climatology, ecology, edaphology, pollution, etc.) based on an interdisciplinary approach.
  • Compare the different strategies for analysis and synthesis related to the environmental implications of rural and industrial and urban management processes.
  • Recognise the techniques and tools necessary to incorporate scientific, social, technological and economic aspects of the environment into the development of specific projects.
  • Identify the main concepts and technologies related to land management, primary resources and waste.


  • Use the scientific, technological and social knowledge acquired in the study of problems related to the environment.
  • Incorporate the scientific, technological, economic and social knowledge that characterises environmental issues.
  • Collect, analyse, measure and correctly describe both qualitative and quantitative data and observations related to the environment.
  • Critically examine the public and scientific information related to the environment.
  • Extract important information from reports, plans, projects, programmes and articles on environmental topics.
  • Apply tools, including statistical methods, geographical information systems and impact assessment techniques, when approaching environmental issues.
  • Efficiently and safely use techniques, material and tools related to the environment in the classroom, the field and/or the laboratory.
  • Clearly and briefly communicate and disseminate environmental information at different levels, using the correct language and tools.


  • Transfer the acquired environmental knowledge and tools to the academic and professional field.
  • Work in the professional field of environmental sciences critically taking into consideration the social, economic, technological and environmental impact of your own activity.
  • Work on the development of environmental projects based on ethics and responsibility and respect for fundamental rights and obligations, diversity and democratic values, according to the Sustainable Development Objectives.
  • Identify and evaluate inequalities on the basis of sex/gender in the environmental field.
  • Work independently on the development of projects and proposals in the environmental field.
  • Undertake environmental projects within multidisciplinary teams while developing personal values related to social behaviour and teamwork.
  • Work on your own initiative, be proactive and have the ability to adapt to new challenges in the field of environmental science.
  • Contribute innovative proposals in terms of methods, processes and the management of environmental issues in response to the needs and demands of society.