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Environmental Science

Environmental science is the study of the natural and man-made environment. It is a multidisciplinary approach to questions related to life on the Earth, degradation caused by pollution and disturbance, the sustainability of resource use, endangerment of species and natural systems. It provides a holistic perspective on environmental problems by combining the knowledge from various scientific disciplines: geography, geology, biology, chemistry, mathematics, computer science and engineering.

Taking samples in the field
Field trip to British Columbia

There are three main streams within the BSc in Environmental Science at Concordia University:

Why study Environmental Science at Concordia?

  • Truly multi-disciplinary education that provides the sound scientific knowledge essential to work in environmental disciplines
  • High-quality teaching and academic support
  • Modern computing facilities accessible to all undergraduates
  • Highly specialized research equipment for student projects

Other departments involved in this program

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