Ecosystem Management – Bachelor of Applied Science
The Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Ecosystem Management is a (two-year post-diploma) partnership with Athabasca University (AU) that prepares graduates for exciting work in the fields of environmental management and restoration, and fish and wildlife management. This credential was designed in consultation with environmental industry partners and builds on a diploma in environmental sciences, resource management, or environmental assessment and restoration (or equivalent). The program will integrate applied field and lab skills into a framework of theoretical studies, and culminate in a capstone learning experience.
The Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Ecosystem Management is a unique and in-demand credential in the Albertan and western Canadian post-secondary sector. Key attributes that differentiate this degree from traditional bachelors’ degrees include a curriculum strongly focused on industry relevant technical and field skills, environmental science concentrations that are unique to the system, and interdisciplinary coursework at AU.
Field studies schedules are dependent on many variables and may require students to participate on weekends. All program field studies require mandatory attendance.
Students will be expected to complete non-credit environmental field techniques courses as part of the requirement to complete the program. Courses such as ATV operations, H2S Alive, small engine repair, electro-fishing, etc. will occur as part of field trip season activities. Students will be responsible for the fees associated with these courses. Prior valid training possessed by students will be considered for recognition.
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