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For admission to these dual credentials programs, BES students normally apply to the appropriate college during the third year of their studies. For details, including specific course requirements, please see the BES information in the Current Students section of our site.
Conservation, ecological restoration, park management and wetland rehabilitation are a few of the issues examined through this program.
Work as natural resource managers, park wardens, forest resource officers or in other meaningful and interesting careers.
More details on Ecosystem Management can be seen on our current students page
Understand issues of cross-cultural communications, resource management in an international context. Project design/planning and international project proposal writing will be invaluable in your learning to negotiate today's international environments.
Develop a career as a development specialist, program coordinator, project manager or in other internationally recognized occupations and fields.
More details on International Development Management Studies can be seen on our current students page
Water resource planning and management, transportation planning and soils and material testing are all addressed in this program. Prepare for work in the planning, design and construction of major services and infrastructure including roads, tunnels, bridges, water supplies, buildings and new communities.
Prepare for employment as a renewable energy technician, water/ sanitation officer, junior planner/planning assistant, or in a number of other careers.
More details on Urban Sustainability can be seen on our current students page
For more information about the Bachelor in Environmental Studies program please feel free to contact:
Recruiting and Liaison Officer, Undergraduate Program
416-736-2100 ext. 22671