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Interdisciplinary Programs

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BSc in Environmental Management and Technology

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BSc in Environmental Management and Technology
Duration
4Y
Jupas code
JS5812 BSc in Environmental Management and Technology
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program-based-admission
BSc in Environmental Management and Technology
Description
Students who have developed clear interests in this program may apply and be admitted directly to this program.
school-based-admission
One of the schools in HKUST
Description
Students can get admitted to one of the following Schools first, and enroll in Environmental Management and Technology in their second year through Major Selection Exercise:
• School of Science
• School of Engineering
• School of Business and Management
• School of Humanities and Social Science
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Overview
Description

Sustainability and the protection of our environment are among the greatest concerns of today and tomorrow. The need to find a balance between human development and environmental well-being is becoming ever-more pressing. 

The cutting-edge BSc in Environmental Management and Technology (EVMT) program offers a unique opportunity for motivated students to become part of a new generation of environmental professionals with cross-disciplinary knowledge. Graduates will be able to deliver ecologically and economically sound solutions and are well placed to become sustainability managers in corporations in Hong Kong and around the globe. 

Drawing on HKUST’s expertise in science, engineering, management and the social sciences, the EVMT program examines issues from multiple viewpoints to enable students to integrate different perspectives and generate innovative ideas and solutions. Specially designed courses cover subjects such as environmental technology; environmental law; environmental, social and governance (ESG) management and reporting; green business; energy resources and sustainable development. In the final year, theory is put into practice through work on real-world problems with companies and NGOs in the Capstone Project. 

Internships, exchanges, and the development of social skills such as effective communication, teamwork and leadership training, build students’ capabilities and confidence to work on environmental issues in business, governmental and institutional sectors. 

 

Signature Courses 

  • ENVR2010 Environmental Science Fundamentals 
  • ENVR3310 Green Business Strategy 
  • ENVR3420 Environmental Law and Regulations 
  • ENVR4320 ESG Management and Reporting 
  • ENVR4980 & 4990 Environmental Management and Technology Capstone Project I & II
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Career Prospects
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Environmental sustainability is a global challenge and should be a concern of every organization. Understanding the complex interface between the environment and an organization requires a blend of skills in both environmental science and management. With integrated academic and practical training, EVMT graduates are uniquely positioned to answer the growing demand for environmental professionals. Graduates can expect to pursue careers in multinational firms, government and non-governmental organizations. 

Employment status of EVMT graduates (as of 2019): 

  • Business and commerce (50%)
  • Further study (15%)
  • NGO (15%)
  • Environmental consultancy (15%)
  • Other (5%)
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“Immersed in a program that covers a wide range of topics and offers students opportunities to test and showcase their skills, I became someone who is aware of major issues happening around the world, able to think holistically and come up with recommendations from different perspectives, and proficient in leading, communicating, persuading, and working with others. The skills I learned and the mindset I developed while studying EVMT allowed me to excel in various areas: as a candidate for jobs; as an employee in the workplace; and as myself, in my personal growth.”
Student Name
Andrew Ng (Hong Kong)
Year
Class of 2018
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