A Level Environmental Science Course

Course Overview

A Level Course in Science (AS/A2)

AS/A2 – A level in Environmental Science. Both AS and A2 level courses and examinations must be successfully completed to gain a full A level.

Specification: AQA (AS) 5441 and AQA (A2) 6441



Course Description

This is a full A Level course in Environmental Science. On completion of your two part course you will be able to:

  • Better understand the interactions between the environment and the organisms living within it.
  • Learn about social and ethical issues involved in the use of, and demand for, water and energy.
  • Understand how conflicts of interest can arise between farmers, conservationists and consumers.
  • Develop an understanding of relevant scientific methods through practical work and fieldwork.

Additional Information

Book List

You will need the following book for this course:

  • K Byrne, Environmental Science (Nelson Thornes, 2001 2nd edition)

Please note the difference:
The purchasing of books applies to some A Level courses only. (All books and materials are supplied with all Diploma Courses that are listed on this site – See below).

Please Note:

Please ensure a clear distinction is made between this externally awarded course and all our other listed Open College UK Ltd certificate and diploma course subjects available throughout this website.

This particular course outlined above specifically relates to this page description ONLY and DIFFERS from other Open College UK Ltd courses which may include other items such as FREE membership eligibility, use of designatory lettering, Open College UK Ltd hard-back course content/materials, free CDs and other course related benefits and services offered by us throughout this entire Website.

This particular course is available through the Open College UK Ltd via our partner college in distance learning.
Please email us if you wish to enrol upon this course. We will send you the appropriate information and link to book onto it.

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