Environment and Resource Management
Gain skills across the natural sciences, an understanding of how they interact, the tools and techniques needed to support decision making, and the methods of management and governance that are used in environmental decision-making.
Beyond the Classroom
Students learn in the classroom, and through hands-on work in labs and in the field. Labs are important in courses from first to fourth year, and allow students to design and conduct experiments, and problem solve using state-of-the-art computing and analytical tools. Training in field research begins as early as labs in first year courses.
Geography graduates are pursuing exciting careers across Canada and around the world in consulting firms, government agencies, and non-government organizations. Sample careers include: Community Land Use Planner; Parks and Recreation Manager, Planning Design Coordinator, Geographic Information Systems Analyst and Environmental Consultant. Many graduates of our programs have pursued graduate studies.
Contact a B.Sc. (Env) Program Counsellor
For questions regarding the requirements of the B.Sc.(Env) Program, book an appointment with a B.Sc. (Env) Counsellor. This can be done in person or online.
Contact the Geography Faculty Advisor
For inquiries about Geography program requirements:
Dr. Ze'ev Gedalof email@example.com