The Certificate in Sustainability rewards your choice to study pressing social, economic and environmental issues. Take courses outside of your faculty and gain deep knowledge of issues such as climate change, food security, biodiversity, renewable energy and social inequality.
Sustainability courses get you out in the world. Every graduate completes an integrative research project that could include field research, internships or community service-learning.
Get ready for the challenges of our generation. Work with some of UAlberta's top faculty members, people who have hands-on experience in global development, renewable energy, sustainable agriculture, Indigenous governance, Northern research and more.
Develop solutions that matter. Past graduates' have made real contributions to their fields and gone on to careers in places like the Pembina Institute and the Government of Alberta.
Should you enroll?
Yes! If you've already shown an interest in studying sustainability, you may already qualify for this certificate. Read about the requirements to find out what it takes. Or get in touch if you just want to ask some questions.
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Eligibility and Requirements
As an embedded certificate, students earn the designation while completing their undergraduate program in their respective faculties—no need to switch programs. Students have the opportunity to pursue the
certificate in ten different faculties:
- Campus Saint-Jean
- Kinesiology, Sport and Recreation
- Native Studies
To earn the certificate, students must complete:
- 6 credits in core courses
- 6 credits in elective courses
- An integrative project (3 credit equivalent)
- Project presentation
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