The NUS Bachelor of Environmental Studies programme (BES) is designed to produce the next generation of environmental professionals who can contribute to the solutions for complex, modern environmental issues such as climate change, land conversion, habitat and species conservation, water usage, alternative energy and the building of liveable high-density cities.
BES fosters a cross-disciplinary approach to identifying, analysing and solving environmental challenges in Singapore, the Asian region and beyond.
BES strives to develop environmental leaders and advocates: agents of change who are scientifically informed and capable of generating solutions for a sustainable future.
BES blends knowledge with creativity so that graduates can readily adapt to an increasingly dynamic world.
BES critically examines human-environment bonds through diverse pedagogy to nurture a personal conservation ethos.
The Bachelor of Environmental Studies (BES) programme combines science disciplines from a diverse range of areas whilst helping to nurture students’ passion for the environment and conservation. The range of knowledge and transferable skills acquired during the programme enriches postgraduate studies and enhances student’s employability. These allow our students with an aptitude and passion for environmental issues to translate their enthusiasm into meaningful action.