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Environmental Studies

Become an agent for change for environmental issues we face locally and globally.

Key Features

Gain hands-on experience through course work, field trips, placements and perhaps, a fourth-year thesis.
Think about and apply transformative environmental change in your own life and those around you.
Question unsustainable resource use and understand environmental issues from a variety of perspectives including philosophy, law, history, and Indigenous studies

Career Opportunities

Specialist of integrated management of the environment, professional of environmental communication, agent of environmental management (natural park, conservation area, urban area, etc.), agent in environmental legislation and policies, consultant, public servant (federal, provincial or municipal governments), regional development and land-use planning, managers and analysts of ‘Green’ portfolios and policy development in private businesses, teaching, graduate studies (in environmental studies/sciences, sustainable development, geography, etc.).

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