SET (Science, Ecology and Technology) is an innovative program that combines three crucial areas of study to produce graduates who are equipped to solve real-world problems with an ecological lens.
SET students are well-rounded, critically thinking problem solvers who have the knowledge and skills to make a difference in the world.
With the world facing complex challenges such as climate change, pollution, and pandemics, studying science, ecology, and technology in an integrated way, allows students to gain the knowledge and skills needed to find solutions to these challenges.
SET provides students with:
In addition to the integration of science, ecology, and technology, SET incorporates an explicit inquiry- based model of teaching that sets it apart from other courses. This student-centred model encourages students to become independent and reflective learners, taking responsibility for their own learning and development.
The explicit inquiry-based model of teaching empowers students to take control of their own learning, enabling them to become confident, independent, and reflective learners who are well-equipped to succeed in a rapidly changing world.