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    I'm currently looking to start an OU Degree in Autumn 2013. I have narrowed my options down to 'Environmental Science' or 'Environmental Management and Technology', both being BSc. I have obtained high grades in A level Philosophy, Geography and Biology, as well as high grades in AS level History and Art.

    I was just wondering if anyone could give me any advice on which one to choose, i.e. is one more valued by employers? does one open up more career options? etc, etc.

    If anyone could also give me further information on work experience opportunities to compliment either degree or information on career options that would also be really appreciated

    Thanks, Hayley x
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    I'm currently looking to start an OU Degree in Autumn 2013. I have narrowed my options down to 'Environmental Science' or 'Environmental Management and Technology', both being BSc. I have obtained high grades in A level Philosophy, Geography and Biology, as well as high grades in AS level History and Art.

    I was just wondering if anyone could give me any advice on which one to choose, i.e. is one more valued by employers? does one open up more career options? etc, etc.

    If anyone could also give me further information on work experience opportunities to compliment either degree or information on career options that would also be really appreciated

    Thanks, Hayley x
    I'll probably just be repeating what you already know. Environmental science will probably be more 'sciencey', looking at how things affect the environment.

    Env management will probably more to do with the practical side of managing and protecting the environment.

    Both will cover much of the same content, you've just got to decide whether you want to be evolved with the management of the environmental resources, or the science affecting the environment. I do a mixture of the two.
 
 
 
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