Environmental science vs Earth and Environmental scienceWatch
I want to take the earth science route in uni, with one of those unis possibly being Lancaster. So my questions is what is the difference between "environmental science" and "earth and environmental science." From what I could gather earth and environmental science has more fieldwork and so has you working more hands on. Though looking at the modules they seem very similar. I might be completely wrong with what I've just said... but still.. whats people views? Thanks
Given how similar the two courses are though (particularly in Years 1 and 2) I'd have thought it'd probably be possible to transfer between the two within the first few years so you could potentially change your mind later on if you decide the other course looks more interesting.