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The program offers an interdisciplinary education on environmental issues, with a particular emphasis on development and ethical issues in a location characterized by diversity and variability. The material to be studied will focus on acquiring a solid understanding of both natural and human systems through the development of theories, methodologies and applied knowledge. It will also allow for the integration of different and traditionally separate perspectives of the natural sciences, social sciences and humanities. This approach places environmental issues at the heart of citizens’ concerns and society’s needs.
Based on Grade 12 4U/M courses:
• 1 English
• 5 other courses
• Minimum average of 70%
Environmental management (natural park conservation area, urban area, etc.), agent in environmental legislation and policies, specialist of integrated management of the environment, consultant, professional of environmental communication, public servant (federal, provincial or municipal governments), regional development and land-use planning, teaching, graduate studies.
Relevant graduate study opportunities at Laurentian:
Credit transfer opportunities are available from other recognized postsecondary institutions and are typically evaluated on an individual basis. Some fast-tracking opportunities also exist.