Students who lack appropriate Ecology, or Geographic Information Systems, Physical Geography or Statistics are required to take preparatory courses such as BIOL 205, Introduction to Sustainability; a 300-level physical geography course; GEOG 362, Statistical Methods or GEOG 363, Geographic Information Systems. Those lacking a social science background may be required to take GEOG 355, Resource Analysis and Management, or a similar course.
Students admitted to the Diploma in Environmental Assessment (DEA) may subsequently apply, in a future admission cycle, to the Master of Environment (MEnv), if they have maintained a minimum CGPA of 3.30. A new application is required, with three letters of reference from current or recent professors. Courses taken in the Diploma with a grade of B+ or better may be transferred to the MEnv degree after admission. The Graduate Committee assesses the new applications with the other applications for the cycle.
Fully-qualified candidates are required to complete a minimum of 30 credits.
Please see the Geography, Planning and Environment Courses page for course descriptions.
credits of Compulsory
• ENVS 601 EA: Concepts, Principles and Practice (6.00) • ENVS 652 Data Collection and Analysis for EA (3.00) • ENVS 653 Geographical Information Systems for EA (3.00) • ENVS 668 Indigenous Peoples and Environmental Assessment (3.00)
credits of Elective Courses chosen from:
• ENVS 604 Environmental Law and Policy (3.00) • ENVS 605 Environmental Standards (3.00) • ENVS 620 Advanced Topics in Environmental Assessment (3.00) • ENVS 664 Field Course in EA (3.00) • GEOG 607 GEOG 607 Indigenous Peoples and the Environment (3.00) • GEOG 620 Special Topics in Geography (3.00) • HENV 610 Advanced Quantitative Research Methods (3.00) • HENV 625 Sustainable Resource Management (3.00) • HENV 655 Environmental Modelling (3.00) • HENV 660 Climate Change and Sustainability (3.00) • HENV 670 Environmental Governance (3.00) • HENV 675 Community-Based Conservation (3.00) • HENV 680 Advanced Seminar in Environmental Science (3.00)
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