The Master of Environmental Science program offers three program options
that are designed to allow flexibility for students with different backgrounds. All options draw upon a common pool of core courses.
Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.
If you are interested in the MEnvSc program (Sept 2019 start date), please contact Gisela Bento with your most up-to-date CV and all university transcripts.
Three Fields of Study
Our faculty are well-positioned to meet the challenge of training well-qualified students for careers related to environmental monitoring, assessment, remediation and restoration.
This field trains professionals in the application of ecological theory and principles to real-world conservation challenges, with an emphasis on multidisciplinary content and non-thesis options that allow more coursework to ensure young professionals are provided with the tools and knowledge they will need for productive careers.
The Climate Change Impact Assessment fields is designed to a new generation of climate change scientists, providing a well-defined curriculum ensuring quality training of graduates in this field; and, explore and plan for climate change over the next few decades.