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Environmental Studies

  • Learn the natural, cultural, political, legal and ethical factors that affect human interaction with the environment
  • Analyze complex, human-environmental situations and formulate effective political and social strategies to address human impact
  • Choose between two interdisciplinary areas of concentration: resource management or environmental values and policy

Course Descriptions - Environmental Studies


Minimum Admissions Average: 
Bachelor of Environmental Studies (Honours)
Mean Admissions Average: 
  • ENG4U required.
Career Tracks: 
  • Environmental audits
  • Impact assessment and quality assessment
  • Planning and resource management
  • Sustainability policy and practice
  • Conservation and restoration
  • Environmental regulation
  • Recreation and eco-tourism
  • Environmental law and policy
  • Environmental mediation
  • Environmental education (with additional studies)
  • International co-operation and development