Please consult the Graduate Calendar for the Master of Environment and Business (MEB) degree requirements.

Degree Overview and Program Schedules

Degree Overview

In the MEB program, you will need to complete a total of 10 courses with a minimum GPA of 75% to graduate. Students will complete their first course while on-campus during a 2-week orientation residency in August*.

For part-time students, they will take 1 online course each term (i.e. fall, winter, and spring), and complete the program in 3 years. Full-time students can complete the program in 1 to 2 years. Please see the program schedules below.

Students are required to participate in 2 multi-day professional or scholarly conferences and submit post-conference reports. The program concludes with a capstone project course that includes a 3-day on-campus residency in June.

MEB tuition fees are charged per course, with additional incidental fees charged per term.

Tuition fee schedules are detailed on the Tuition Fee Schedules section of the Student Financial Services website. Refer to the Graduate Fee Schedules, and then the term in which you are interested.

For Domestic fees, refer to the Environment and Business - MEB under the section titled: Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents – Online Professional Graduate Programs

For International fees, refer to the Environment and Business - MEB under the section titled: International Students - Online Professional Graduate Programs

  • Coursework-based, online
  • Full or part-time (1-3 years)
  • 2 week orientation residency (August)
  • 10 courses including a capstone project
  • 2 designated professional or scholarly conferences
  • 3 day capstone residency (June)


Program Schedules

The foundation, core, and capstone courses are offered on a set schedule. If desired, it is possible to take electives out of sequence and in other departments.

The application deadline for the Spring 2021 term is February 1st. We can accept late applications until March 1st. After March 1st, please contact the MEB program administrator.

Note: If there is a discrepancy between the information on this webpage and the Graduate Calendar, the Graduate Calendar will take precedence and please notify the MEB program administrator

Janine Dietrich
Program Administrator
Master of Environment and Business (MEB)