Environmental Systems and
Societies is a subject that embraces a mix of both Biology and Geography. It is a very ‘current’ subject which looks at the problems of the environment, how humans interact with it and what we are doing to it. It is designed as a multidisciplinary approach to learning and is ideal for those students who have a keen interest in the sustainability of our planet as it is both engaging and thought provoking.
Students should be interested in
the complex interactions between humans and the environment. The course requires a systems approach to environmental understanding and problem solving and promotes holistic thinking about environmental issues
No previous knowledge is
required. You do not have to do Geography at GCSE to do this IB Qualification.
Grade 5 in English
Grade 4 in Science
Four 4-9 grades in Level 2
This subject is a great
accompaniment to other subjects such as Geography, Biology, Physics, English and Maths and develops key skill including communication, teamwork and critical thinking.
Environmental Systems and Societies IB is a firm basis for degrees in Biology, Geography, Environmental Science, Zoology, Veterinary Science, Geology and many more.