|Environmental Science||Environment, Resources and Sustainability|
|Focus of program||Provides a background in science and mathematics, while offering the opportunity to take courses in areas such as chemistry, ecology, microbiology, geography, and hydrogeology.||A flexible program where you can focus on topics of personal interest, such as natural resource management, ecology, environmental journalism, environmental health, development and environment, waste and water management, environmental philosophy, environmental assessment, and more.|
|Offered by||Faculty of Science||Faculty of Environment|
|Degree granted||Bachelor of Science (BSc)||Bachelor of Environmental Studies (BES)|
|Number of required courses||Geoscience specialization: 24
Ecology specialization: 26
|Customize your degree||
Students in Environmental Science have a common set of courses in their first year.
At the end of the first-year you will be equally prepared to move into either the Ecology or Geoscience specialization.
Courses qualify you to register with the Association of Professional Geoscientists of Ontario (APGO) and become a professional geoscientist (PGeo) in Ontario.
Interested in environmental issues but also want to learn about business, parks, or sustainable development?
In the Faculty of Environment, there are many ways for you to customize your degree through options, diplomas, specializations and minors.
|Find out more||Learn about careers, first-year courses, admission requirements in Environmental Science.||Learn about careers, first-year courses, admission requirements in Environment, Resources and Sustainability.|