Bachelor's Soil, Water, Atmosphere

In the bachelor's programme Soil, Water, Atmosphere you learn about hydrology, meteorology, geography and soil science. Would you like to work on solutions to environmental issues from a natural science perspective? Then join the ‘Wageningen earth sciences programme’: the bachelor's Soil, Water, Atmosphere!

Bachelor Soil, Water, Atmosphere

Programme structure: Soil, Water, Atmosphere

The programme overview shows which subjects you take in each year of the programme. Read more about the background to the programme.

What are the unique programme aspects?

  • Hydrology, meteorology and soil science brought together in one Bachelor of Science.
  • Working to solve environmental problems using insights from physics, mathematics, chemistry and biology.
  • Focus on issues such as climate change, flooding, drought and erosion from a natural science perspective.

Future master’s programmes

After completing the bachelor you are admissible to a number of master's. Within Wageningen University & Reserach you are directly admissible to four master's programmes with your BSc degree in Soil, Water, Atmosphere. Want to know more about MSc programmes you can follow after completing your bachelor in Soil, Water, Atmosphere? Read more about future master’s programmes.

Future career

After completing both a bachelor's and a master's you are ready to go to work! Want to know more about the careers of former Soil, Water, Atmosphere students? Then check the career options after the bachelor's programme in Soil, Water, Atmosphere.

Admission and application

Visit the Admission & enrolment page to check the programme prerequisites.

Meet us and events

Do you want to know more about the programme? Visit the Bachelor's Open Day, discover the online campus, order a brochure, be a student for a day or book a virtual meeting with a representative. You can also ask your questions to the study adviser or the study information desk on this page.

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