Centre Européen
de Recherche et d'Enseignement
des Géosciences de l'Environnement

Bachelor's Degree in Life and Earth Sciences

The training offered on the LES Bachelor's is multi-disciplinary – geology, biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics or human sciences – in view of the complexity of environmental topics.

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This multi-disciplinarity is built on in the first year common core course, and continues, to a lesser extent, over the following 2 years within the 8 courses of the LES Bachelor's :

  • B. Sc. in Biological diversity and ecology (BIOECO): ecology, biology, genetics, botany, zoology, etc.
  • B. Sc. in pre-agronomy and pre-veterinary (CUPGE Agro-Véto): prepares students for competitive examinations in agronomy and veterinary schools
  • B. Sc. in Environmental chemistry (ENVIPOM): environmental biology, chemistry, environmental chemistry, etc.
  • B. Sc. in Environmental social sciences (Homme et environnement): environmental biology, botany, human and social sciences, etc.
  • B. Sc. in Marine sciences (Mer): oceanography, marine ecology and biology, physics, modeling, etc.
  • B. Sc. in Earth sciences (Terre): Earth sciences, geology, climate, etc.
  • B. Sc. in Biology and geology (SBG): cellular and molecular biology, biology of organisms and populations, geology. It prepares students for secondary education (Junior high school and High school)
  • B. Sc. in General science (Plurisciences): scientific disciplines, French, English, etc. Training adapted for the dissemination of science and teaching in primary schools

Objectives of the LES Bachelor's

  • to create multidisciplinary students who can grasp the way the planet operates, the various ecosystems (marine and terrestrial) and human disturbances via a multi-disciplinary approach,

  • to meet the progression of roles in environmental sciences,

  • supporting students in the progressive definition of their career and in particular, their choice of masters's degrees

Bachelor's Degree in Life and Earth Sciences