Environmental studies delve into some of the most significant issues of our day, such as anthropogenic climate change, urban pollution and possible threats to human health. You learn how to use applied research tools and management principles that can be applied in a variety of areas, such as conducting environmental impact assessments and resource management.
This is a bilingual program.
The table below includes only discipline-specific courses. Please refer to the Academic Regulations for information on including a minor to your degree.
At least 6 course units specific to the program, excluding bilingual courses, must be taken in the second language.
Requirements for this program have been modified. Please consult the 2016-2017 calendars for the previous requirements.
|Compulsory courses at the 1000 level|
|BIO 1130||Introduction to Organismal Biology||3 Units|
|ECO 1104||Introduction to Microeconomics||3 Units|
|ENV 1101||Global Environmental Challenges||3 Units|
|GEG 1301||The Physical Environment||3 Units|
|Compulsory courses at the 2000 level|
|ENV 2301||History of Environmental Thought||3 Units|
|GEG 2320||Introduction to Geomatics||3 Units|
|Compulsory courses at the 3000 level|
|ENV 3321||Human and Policy Dimensions of Environmental Change||3 Units|
|3 optional course units from:||3 Units|
|Introduction to Environmental and Natural Resources Economics|
|Politics and Globalization|
|6 optional course units from:||6 Units|
|Legal Context of Environmental Issues|
|Geography of Polar Regions|
|Natural Resource and Environmental Management|