Understanding the rising need for flexible education, our environmental practice programs are delivered entirely online. This program is for self-motivated learners, is 60 credits in length and can be accomplished in as little as two and a half years – depending on your academic schedule and applicable transfer credit(s). Core content provides a comprehensive foundation in environmental practices, and through a wide selection of elective courses from universities and colleges across Canada, you’ll be able to maintain a broad but distinctive industry focus – or hone in on your specific field of interest.
To demonstrate your learning and understanding of the topics covered in this program, you will complete either a 75-hour practicum or major research paper, both of which are developed with the guidance of your instructor and involve regular progress check-ins. Your practicum begins with a project proposal, developed between you, your workplace supervisor and your instructor, and in addition to maintaining a journal to document your experience, you’ll be required to schedule and plan all parts of your project. The research paper requires a literature review and appropriate research, progress reports and a draft for instructor approval prior to submitting your completed work.