Learn how Aboriginal history, politics, and cultural values influence natural resource management. Graduate with two degrees in five years—Bachelor of Science in Environmental & Conservation Science and Bachelor of Arts in Native Studies .
Apply the principles of biology, ecology, social science, economics, and statistics to the conservation of species and landscapes.
Develop skills in the economics analysis and policy process associated with environmental issues.
Use collective action, institutions, policy and management to address challenges in environmental/ natural resource management.
Develop the natural and social sciences to understand, assess, and minimize the impacts of human activities on natural resources, with an emphasis on soil, plant and water health.
Develop solutions to issues such as global climate change, decreasing non-renewable energy resources, land use, changes in water quantity and quality, and wildlife conservation. Gain insight into northern and native studies content, reflecting northern environmental, economic, and social contexts.
Learn to manage soil, plant, and animal relationships on both private and public lands. Gain an understanding of grazing, intensive agriculture, forestry, and recreational activities.
Careers in Environmental and Conservation Sciences
| Land Reclamation Specialist | Environmental Consultant | Wildlife/Conservation Biologist | Soil Scientist | Sustainability Coordinator | Park Warden | Policy Analyst | Land Use Planner | Environmental Impact Assessor | Agrologist | Environmental Education Programmer | Environmental/Aboriginal Relations Advisor |