Environmental Studies

Become an agent for change for environmental issues we face locally and globally.

The resource extraction heritage of North-Eastern Ontario provides a unique opportunity to examine industrial impacts on the environment.

Yet at the same time the outcome of policies and practices aimed at remediating the environment can be studied. One of the principle objectives of the program is to have students think about incorporating transformative environmental change in both their own lives and those around them. Examining the environment through the lens of transformative change requires an evaluation of values, commitment and practices.

Conseiller aux études

Dr. Christian Bouchard

Téléphone : 705.675.1151 x3356

Courriel : cbouchar@laurentian.ca

Bureau : Administrative Assistant: Angèle Gosselin Mainville, 705.675.1151 x3366, agosselinmainville@laurentian.ca

Comment faire une demande
Vue aérienne de l'Université Laurentienne
Le Grand Sudbury est la plus vaste ville en Ontario par superficie terrestre, où les activités de plein air ne manquent pas grâce aux lacs et cours d’eau, terrains variés, forêts et réseaux complets de pistes et de sentiers.
Méthode de livraison : Sur campus
Langue du programme : Anglais

Students will benefit from melding academic approaches and understanding with current and unfolding real world issues. This is done by identifying, examining and analyzing human/environmental issues around such things as, but not limited to, the Alberta Tar Sands, natural resource extraction, and climate change as they may impact ecosystem and human health. Students will also gain hands on field experience through a field work course and, perhaps, a fourth year thesis.

Other possibilities at other institutions include: environmental studies/sciences, sustainable development, geography, etc. Environmental issues are in the news every day. It is important that citizens can apply a critical lens in understanding these issues and are able to relate them to their lifestyles and that of society at large. To do this, citizens need to be equipped with knowledge of the theories, concepts and terms in order to understand the complex relationships between the natural and human systems. Students who excel and enjoy the Environmental studies at LU will recognize the importance of understanding environmental issues from a variety of perspectives including philosophy, law, history and indigenous studies. Students will, as a result, become agents of change for environmental challenges that they will encounter during their lives. 

Ontario High School Applicants

1 grade 12 English U/M course

5 other grade 12 U/M courses 

A minimum overall average of 70% in the 6 best grade 12 U/M courses


Additional information for applicants who have completed Advanced Placement courses.

Additional information for applicants who have completed the International Baccalaureate.

 

Applicants from outside an Ontario High School 

International Students

Canadian High School Applicants from outside Ontario

Applicants from Colleges

Applicants from other Universities

Mature Students

Note pour les étudiants actuels

Les options de grade ci-dessous seront offertes lors de la prochaine année universitaire et ne le sont pas cette année. Si vous cherchez les cours à suivre afin de compléter les options d'un programme d'une année universitaire antérieure, svp consultez avec un conseiller académique.


Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Environmental Studies

Total 120 credits

Students must follow these regulations in order to meet graduation requirements for the BA or B.Sc.

Specialization in Environmental Studies

All students entering a BA program as of September 2017 are required to take 6 credits each of linguistic awareness, scientific literacy and indigenous content as per the regulations.

Although the requirements have been slotted in first year in the description below, students may fulfill them at any time during their studies.

Eligible courses are available at the 1000, 2000, 3000 and 4000 levels and students should take them at the appropriate time in their studies.

Courses fulfilling these requirements may be taken as electives or as part of a minor, concentration, major or specialization. 

First year
ENSC 1406E     Earth’s Environmental Systems*
ENVI 1507E     Introduction to Environmental Studies
6 Science credits from the following:
     BIOL 1506E     Biology I 
     BIOL 1507E     Biology II
     CHMI 1006E     General Chemistry I 
     CHMI 1007E     General Chemistry II
     GEOL 1006E     Introductory Geology I

          OR   GEOL 1021E     Understanding the Earth I
     GEOL 1007E     Introductory Geology II 

          OR   GEOL 1022E     Understanding the Earth II
6 credits from the following:
     ENGL 1540E     Academic Reading and Writing
     ENGL 1705E     Introduction to Writing and English Studies

          OR   ENGL 1706E     Introduction to Writing and EnglishStudies I + one of (ENGL 1707E or ENGL 1717E)
     PHIL 1115E     Introduction to Philosophy
12 credits of electives (Recommended from the following):
     ARCL 1006E     Intro to Archaeology & Physical Anthropology 
     ECON 1006E     Introduction to Microeconomics 
     ECON 1007E     Introduction to Macroeconomics 
     HIST 1407E     Canadian History Post Confederation 
     JURI 1105E     Introduction to Legal Studies 
     MATH 1911E     Finite Mathematics
     MATH 1912E     Elementary Calculus

          OR   MATH 1036E     Calculus I
     MATH 1057E     Linear Algebra 
     POLI 1106E     Understanding Canadian Politics
     POLI 1107E     Understanding World Political Problems
     SOCI 1015E     Understanding Society

Second year
3 credits from among:
     ARCH 2306E     Design for Climate Change * (limited enrolment for SOTE students)
     ARCL 2017E     Human Evolution and Palaeolithic Archaeology*
     ARCL 2116E     Rise of Farming & Ancient Civilizations *
     BIOL 2356E     Principles of Ecology *
     ENSC 2216E     Our Environment: The Science Behind the Stories *
     ENSC 2707E     Ecology of Human Populations *
     GEOG 2126E     Climatology I *
Any 9 credits from:
     ENVI 2506E     Cultural Representations of the Environment
     ENVI 2516E     Ecological Footprints and Demographic Change 
     ENVI 2526E     Diet, Food Choice and the Environment 
     ENVI 2536E     Environment and Human Health 
     ENVI 2546E     (Dis)abilities and Inclusive Built Environments 
     ENVI 2556E     Environmental Education 
     PHIL 2217E     Environmental Ethics  *
3 credits from among:
     INDG 2306E     Contemporary Issues in Indigenous Environmental Studies*
     INDG 2316E     Foundations of Indigenous Ecological Knowledge *
     SOCI 2266E     Cultural Marginality and the Environment: Environmental Risk and Indigenous Populations*
3 credits of introduction to statistics from among:
     STAT 2126E Introduction to Quantitative Methods
     STAT 2246E Statistics for Scientists
3 credits from among:
     GEOG 2016E Introduction to Cartography
     GEOG 2017E Applied Cartography and Introduction to GIS
     GEOG 2037E Introduction to Remote Sensing
9 credits of electives

Third and Fourth Year Requirements
15 mandatory credits from:

     ENVI 3656E     Field Work in Environmental Studies 

      ENSC 3716E     Environmental Impact Assessment*  

          OR   ENSC 3717E      Environmental Risk Management *

     ENVI 4746E     Reaching Sustainability with Incremental or Massive Change
     ENVI 4905E     Thesis in Environmental Studies

          OR   6 credits from:
               ENVI 4056E     Restorative Environments for Human Health
               ENVI 4716E     Critical Perspectives of Canadian Resources
               ENVI 4736E     Vulnerabilities and the Environment in Developing Countries
               ENVI 4737E     Selected Topics in Environmental Studies
               ENVI 4836E     Directed Studies in Environmental Studies
               (Note: Student doing ENVI 4905 Thesis cannot do ENVI 4836 Directed Studies)

               ENSC 3236E     Design and Analysis for Environmental Science 
               SCOM 4006E     Presenting and Communicating Research *
6 credits from List A (if not already taken toward degree)
12 credits from List B (if not already taken toward degree and if the student has the required prerequisites)
27 credits of electives

* These courses will be recognized as ENVI credits for prerequisite purposes and program credit accounting.

List A
Any 3000 or 4000 level ENVI courses not already taken toward degree
ENSC 3236E     Research Design and Analysis in Environmental Sciences
ENSC 3716E     Environmental Impact Assessment
ENSC 3717E     Environmental Risk Management
ENSC 4116E     Environmental Remediation: Global Lessons from the Sudbury Story
JURI 3316E     Environmental Law *
PHIL 3217E     Philosophy of Nature and the Environment  *
SCOM 4006E     Presenting and Communicating Research *

List B
ANTR 3046E     Human Ecology & Palaeoecology 
ARCL 2017E     Human Evolution and Palaeolithic Archaeology
ARCL 2116E     Rise of Farming & Ancient Cities
ARCL 3095E     Archaeological Field Procedures
BIOL 2356E     Principles of Ecology
BIOL 3056E     Mineral Exploitation and the Biosphere
BIOL 3067E     Winter Ecology
BIOL 3346E     Ethnobotany
BIOL 3376E     Restoration Ecology I: Concepts and Principles
BIOL 3977E     Biodiversity and Conservation
BIOL 4016E     Field Camp and Report 
BIOL 4076E     Ecosystem Ecology
ECON 2057E     Environmental Economics and Policies
ECON 3056E     Economics of Natural Resources
ENGL 3536E     Environmental Communication
ENSC 3716E     Environmental Impact Assessment
ENSC 3717E     Environmental Risk Management
ENSC 3706E     Field Camp for Environmental Sciences
ENSC 4116E     Environmental Remediation : Global Lessons from the Sudbury Story
ENSC 4136E     Paleoecology of Recent Environments
GEOG 2126E     Climatology I
GEOG 3056E     Topics in GIS Application
GEOG 3496E     Geography of Northern Canada: Social and Political Issues
GEOG 3497E     Geography of Northern Canada: Developmental Issues
GEOG 4256E     Permafrost
ENSC 2106E     Introductory Geomorphology
ENSC 3007E     Environmental Field Geology
GEOL 3136E     Watershed Hydrology
ENSC 4406E     Quaternary Paleoenvironmental Reconstruction 
GEOL 4706E     Hydrogeology 
HIST 2906E     A History of the World’s Forests
HIST 3296E     Canadian Environmental History
HIST 3946E     A History of North America’s Forests
HIST 4906E     A History of Canada’s Forests
HIST 4916E     A History of Ontario’s Forests
INDG 3285E     Living with the Land
PHIL 3217E     Philosophy of Nature and the Environment 
POLI 2606E     Canadian Public Administration 
SCOM 4006E     Communicating Research
SOCI 2266E     Cultural marginality and he Environment: Environmental Risk and Indigenous Populations 
SOCI 4176E     Environmental Sociology 
SOCI 4216E     Capitalism, Work and the Regulation of Environmental Risks 
WGSX 3046E     Building Gender, Race & Place
WGSX3047E     Gender Food and Health
Or any additional field course, after consultation with the ENVI program coordinator or School Director.
Or another course approved by the ENVI program coordinator or School Director with notification to Registrar’s Office

Note:    Students may not exceed 42 credits at the 1000 or 9100 level in their degree program

 

Major in Environmental Studies

First year

ENSC 1406E     Earth’s Environmental Systems
ENVI 1507E     Introduction to Environmental Studies
6 Science credits required from the following:
     BIOL 1506E     Biology I 
     BIOL 1507E     Biology II 
     CHMI 1006E     General Chemistry I 
     CHMI 1007E     General Chemistry II 
     GEOL 1006E     Introductory Geology I      

          OR   GEOL 1021E     Understanding the Earth I
     GEOL 1007E     Introductory Geology II

          OR   GEOL 1022E     Understanding the Earth II
6 credits from the following:
     ENGL 1540E     Academic Reading and Writing

     ENGL 1705E     Introduction to Writing and English Studies 

          OR   ENGL 1706E     Introduction to Writing and EnglishStudies I + one of (ENGL 1707E or ENGL 1717E)
     PHIL 1115E     Introduction to Philosophy
12 credits of electives (Recommended from the following):
Note: In selecting their first year elective credits, students should pay attention to the requirements of either their second major, their minor or minors.
     ARCL 1006E     Intro to Archaeology & Physical Anthropology 
     ECON 1006E     Introduction to Microeconomics
     ECON 1007E     Introduction to Macroeconomics
     HIST 1407E     Canadian History Post Confederation
     JURI 1105E     Introduction to Legal Studies
     MATH 1911E     Finite Mathematics 
     MATH 1912E     Elementary Calculus

          OR   MATH 1036E     Calculus I
     MATH 1057E     Linear Algebra
     POLI 1106E     Understanding Canadian Politics
     POLI 1107E     Understanding World Political Problems
     SOCI 1015E     Understanding Society
 

Second year

3 credits from among:
     Any ENVI 2000 level course 
     PHIL 2217E     Environmental Ethics*
3 credits from among:
     ARCH 2306E     Design for Climate Change (3 cr)* (limited enrolment for SOTE students)
     ARCL 2017E     Human Evolution and Palaeolithic Archaeology*
     ARCL 2116E     Rise of Farming & Ancient Civilizations*
     BIOL 2356E     Principles of Ecology*
     ENSC 2216E     Our Environment: The Science Behind the Stories*
     ENSC 2707E     Ecology of Human Populations*
     GEOG 2126E     Climatology I*
3 credits from among:
     INDG 2306E     Contemporary Issues in Indigenous Environmental Studies*
     INDG 2316E     Foundations of Indigenous Ecological Knowledge*
     SOCI 2266E     Cultural Marginality and the Environment: Environmental Risk and Indigenous Populations *
3 credits of introduction to statistics from among:
     STAT 2126E     Introduction to Quantitative Methods
     STAT 2246E     Statistics for Scientists
3 credits from among:
     GEOG 2016E     Introduction to Cartography
     GEOG 2017E     Applied Cartography and Introduction to GIS
     GEOG 2037E     Introduction to Remote Sensing
Electives: 15 Credits
 

Third and Fourth Year Requirements

ENVI 4746E     Reaching Sustainability with Incremental or Massive Change
3 credits from among:
     ENSC 3716E     Environmental Impact Assessment *
     ENSC 3717E     Environmental Risk Management *
3 credits from (if not already taken toward degree)
     ENSC 4116E     Environmental Remediation: Global Lessons from the Sudbury Story
     ENVI 4056E     Restorative Environments for Human Health
     ENVI 4716E     Critical Perspectives of Canadian Resources
     ENVI 4736E     Vulnerabilities and the Environment in Developing Countries
     ENVI 4737E     Selected Topic in Environmental Studies
3 credits from (if not already taken toward degree)
     Any 2000 level ENVI course (if not already taken toward the degree)
     ARCL 2017E     Human Evolution and Palaeolithic Archaeology*
     ARCL 2116E     Rise of Farming & Ancient Civilizations*
     ENSC 2216E     Our Environment: The Science Behind the Stories*
     JURI 3316E     Environmental Law*
     PHIL 2217E     Environmental Ethics*
6 credits from (if not already taken toward degree and if the student has the required prerequisites)
     Any 3000 or 4000 level ENVI course (if not already taken toward the degree) (Note: Student doing ENVI 4905 Thesis cannot do ENVI 4836 Directed Studies)
     ANTH 3046E     Human Ecology & Palaeoecology*
     ENSC 3716E     Environmental Impact Assessment*
     ENSC 3717E     Environmental Risk Management *
     ENSC 4116E     Environmental Remediation: Global Lessons from the Sudbury Story
     ENSC 4136E     Paleoecology of Recent Environments*
     JURI 3316E     Environmental Law
     PHIL 3217E     Philosophy of Nature and the Environment *
     SCOM 4006E     Presenting and Communicating Research*
3 credits from among:
     GEOG 2017E     Applied Cartography and Introduction to GIS
     GEOG 2037E     Introduction to Remote Sensing
     GEOG 3056E     Topics in GIS Application
39 credits of electives
 

* These courses will be recognized as ENVI credits for prerequisite purposes and program credit accounting.

Note:

  • Students must include 6 credits in linguistic awareness, 6 credits of Indigenous content, and 6 credits in the Sciences if not part of the other minor or second major. Eligible courses are available at the 1000, 2000, 3000 and 4000 levels and students should take them at the appropriate time in their studies.
  • Students may not exceed 42 credits at the 1000 or 9100 level in their degree program.
  • Students must complete a minimum of a minor (24 credits) or a second major (42 credits) from a different discipline from among their elective credits.
  •  

Bachelor of Arts (General) in Environmental Studies

Total 90 credits

Students must follow these regulations in order to meet graduation requirements for the BA or B.Sc.

 

Concentration in Environmental Studies

All students entering a BA program as of September 2017 are required to take 6 credits each of linguistic awareness, scientific literacy and indigenous content as per the regulations.

Although the requirements have been slotted in first year in the description below, students may fulfill them at any time during their studies.

Eligible courses are available at the 1000, 2000, 3000 and 4000 levels and students should take them at the appropriate time in their studies.

Courses fulfilling these requirements may be taken as electives or as part of a minor, concentration, major or specialization. 

First year

ENSC 1406E     Earth’s Environmental Systems*
ENVI 1507E     Introduction to Environmental Studies
6 Science Credits Required from the following:
     BIOL 1506E     Biology I
     BIOL 1507E     Biology II
     CHMI 1006E     General Chemistry I 
     CHMI 1007E     General Chemistry II 
     GEOL 1006E     Introductory Geology I 
     GEOL 1007E     Introductory Geology II 
6 credits from the following:
     ENGL 1540E     Academic Reading and Writing
     ENGL 1705E     Introduction to Writing and English Studies

        OR   ENGL 1706E     Introduction to Writing and EnglishStudies I + one of (ENGL 1707E or ENGL 1717E)
     PHIL 1115E     Introduction to Philosophy

Electives: 12 Credits (Recommended from the following):
     ARCL 1006E     Intro to Archaeology & Physical Anthropology
     ECON 1006E     Introduction to Microeconomics
     ECON 1007E     Introduction to Macroeconomics
     HIST 1407E     Canadian History Post Confederation
     JURI 1105E     Introduction to Legal Studies
     MATH 1911E     Finite Mathematics
     MATH 1912E     Elementary Calculus

          OR   MATH 1036E     Calculus I
     MATH 1057E     Linear Algebra
     POLI 1106E     Understanding Canadian Politics
     POLI 1107E     Understanding World Political Problems
     SOCI 1015E     Understanding Society

Second Year

3 credits from among:
     ENVI 2506E     Cultural Representations of the Environment
     ENVI 2516E     Ecological Footprints and Demographic Change
     ENVI 2526E     Diet, Food Choice and the Environment
     ENVI 2536E     Environment and Human Health
     ENVI 2546E     (Dis)abilities and Inclusive Built Environments
     ENVI 2556E     Environmental Education
     PHIL 2217E     Environmental Ethics
3 credits from among:
     ARCL 2017E     Human Evolution and Palaeolithic Archaeology *
     ARCL 2116E     Rise of Farming & Ancient Civilizations*
     BIOL 2356E     Principles of Ecology *
     ENSC 2216E     Our Environment: The Science Behind the Stories* 
     ENSC 2707E     Ecology of Human Populations*
     GEOG 2126E     Climatology I*
3 credits from among:
     INDG 2306E     Contemporary Issues in Indigenous Environmental Studies*
     INDG 2316E     Foundations of Indigenous Ecological Knowledge*
     SOCI 2266E     Cultural Marginality and the Environment: Environmental Risk and Indigenous Populations*
3 credits of introduction to statistics from among:
     STAT 2126E     Introduction to Quantitative Methods
     STAT 2246E     Statistics for Scientists
3 credits from among:
     GEOG 2016E     Introduction to Cartography
     GEOG 2017E     Applied Cartography and Introduction to GIS
     GEOG 2037E     Introduction to Remote Sensing 
Electives: 15 Credits
 

Third Year

3 credits from among:
     ENSC 3716E     Environmental Impact Assessment*
     ENSC 3717E     Environmental Risk Management*
9 credits from among (if not already taken toward degree and student has prerequisites)
     Any 2000, 3000, or 4000 ENVI course not already taken toward their degree
     ENSC 4136E     Paleoecology of Recent Environments*
     ENSC 4116E     Environmental Remediation: Global Lessons from the Sudbury Story
     JURI 3316E     Environmental Law*
     PHIL 2217E     Environmental Ethics
     PHIL 3217E     Philosophy of Nature and the Environment*
     SCOM 4006E     Presenting and Communicating Research
3 credits from among:
     GEOG 2017E     Applied Cartography and Introduction to GIS
     GEOG 2037E     Introduction to Remote Sensing
     GEOG 3056E     Topics in GIS Application 
15 elective credits

* These courses will be recognized as ENVI credits for prerequisite purposes and program credit accounting.
 

Note: On condition of prior approval by the School of the Environmental, students can obtain credits for ENVI-FL courses (French courses of the B.A. en études de l’environnement) when the equivalent English courses are not already counted in their program.

Note:    Students may not exceed 42 credits at the 1000 or 9100 level in their degree program.

 

Minor in Environmental Studies

ENSC 1406E     Earth’s Environmental Systems
ENVI 1507E     Introduction to Environmental Studies
6 credits at the 2000 level from:
     ENSC 2216E     Our Environment: The Science Behind the Stories
     ENVI 2506E     Cultural Representations of the Environment 
     ENVI 2516E     Ecological Footprints and Demographic Change
     ENVI 2526E     Diet, Food Choice and the Environment
     ENVI 2536E     Environment and Human Health
     ENVI 2546E     (Dis)abilities and Inclusive Built Environments
     ENVI 2556E     Environmental Education
     PHIL 2217E     Environmental Ethics
6 credits of 3000 and/or 4000 level ENVI from among:
     ENVI 3056E     Animal Studies
     ENVI 3066E     Children and their Environments
     ENVI 3506E     The Living City
     ENVI 3516E     Greening the Built Environment

     ENVI 3537E     Environmental Governance 
     ENVI 3656E     Field Work in Environmental Studies
     ENVI 4056E     Restorative Environments an Human Health
     ENVI 4716E     Critical Perspectives of Canadian Resources
     ENVI 4736E     Vulnerabilities and the Environment in Developing Countries
     ENVI 4737E     Selected Topic in Environmental Studies
     ENVI 4746E     Reaching Sustainability with Incremental or Massive Change
6 credits from among (if not already counted toward a degree and if the student has the required prerequisites)
     ANTR 3046E     Human Ecology & Palaeoecology 
     ARCL 2017E     Human Evolution and Palaeolithic Archaeology 
     ARCL 2116E     Rise of Farming & Ancient Cities 
     BIOL 2356E     Principles of Ecology 
     BIOL 3056E     Mineral Exploitation and the Biosphere 
     BIOL 3067E     Winter Ecology 
     BIOL 3346E     Ethnobotany 
     BIOL 3376E     Restoration Ecology I: Concepts and Principles 
     BIOL 3977E     Biodiversity and Conservation 
     BIOL 4717E     Ecosystem Ecology 
     ECON 2057E     Environmental Economics and Policies 
     ECON 3056E     Economics of Natural Resources 
     ENGL 3536E     Environmental Communication 
     ENSC 2106E     Introductory Geomorphology 
     ENSC 2707E     Ecology of Human Populations 
     ENSC 3716E     Environmental Impact Assessment 
     ENSC 3717E     Environmental Risk Management 
     ENSC 4116E     Environmental Remediation: Global Lessons from the Sudbury Story 
     ENSC 4136E     Paleoecology of Recent Environments 
     ENSC 4406E     Quaternary Paleoenvironmental Reconstruction 
     GEOG 2126E     Climatology I 
     GEOG 3056E     Topics in GIS Application 
     GEOG 3496E     Geography of Northern Canada: Social and Political Issues 
     GEOG 3497E     Geography of Northern Canada: Developmental Issues 
     GEOG 4256E     Permafrost 
     GEOL 3136E     Watershed Hydrology
     GEOL 4706E     Hydrogeology
     HIST 2906E     A History of the World’s Forests 
     HIST 3296E     Canadian Environmental History
     HIST 3946E     A History of North America’s Forests 
     HIST 4906E     A History of Canada’s Forests 
     HIST 4916E     A History of Ontario’s Forests 
     INDG 2306E     Contemporary Issues in Indigenous Environmental Studies 
     INDG 2316E     Foundations of Indigenous Ecological Knowledge 
     INDG 3285E     Living with the Land 
     JURI 3316E     Environmental Law 
     PHIL 2217E     Environmental Ethics 
     PHIL 3217E     Philosophy of Nature and the Environment 
     POLI 2606E     Canadian Public Administration 
     SCOM 4006E     Communicating Research 
     SOCI 2266E     Cultural marginality and he Environment: Environmental Risk and Indigenous Populations 
     SOCI 4176E     Environmental Sociology 
     SOCI 4216E     Capitalism, Work and the Regulation of Environmental Risks 
     WGSX 3046E     Building Gender, Race & Place 
     WGSX 3047E     Gender Food and Health 
   Or Course Approved by Program Coordinator or Director of School with notification to Registrar’s Office

 

Note:    Students who receive approval to take other courses not on the list must submit such approval to the Office of the Registrar for degree audit purposes

Année :

ENSC-1406EL - Earth's Environmental Systems ENVI-1507EL - Introduction to Environmental Studies BIOL-2356EL - Principles of Ecology ENVI-2206EL - Populations and the Environment ENVI-2216EL - Culture Economics and the Environment ENVI-2506EL - Cultural Representations of the Environment ENVI-2516EL - Ecological Footprints and Demographic Change ENVI-2526EL - Diet, Food Choice, and the Environment ENVI-2536EL - Environment and Human Health GEOG-2017EL - Applied Cartography and Introduction to Geographic Information Systems GEOG-2037EL - Introduction to Remote Sensing GEOG-2126EL - Climatology I INDG-2316EL - Foundations of Indigenous Ecological Knowledge
PHIL-2217EL - Environmental Ethics STAT-2126EL - Introduction to Statistics BIOL-3327EL - Experimental Methods in Biology ENSC-3716EL - Environmental Impact Assessment ENVI-3237EL - The Internal Structure of the City ENVI-3506EL - The Living City ENVI-3516EL - Greening the Built Environment GEOG-3056EL - Topics in Geographic Information Systems Application PHIL-3217EL - Philosophy of Nature and Environment ENVI-4107EL - Land Resources and Their Evalution ENVI-4217EL - Population and Development ENVI-4736EL - Vulnerabilities and the Environment in Developing Countries

Sessional Faculty

Raili Lakanen

Christian Bouchard

Christian Bouchard

School of the Environment
Brett Buchanan

Brett Buchanan

School of the Environment
Yovita Gwekwerere

Yovita Gwekwerere

School of Education
Nadia Mykytczuk

Nadia Mykytczuk

School of the Environment
Anne Watelet

Anne Watelet

School of the Environment
Nicole Yantzi

Nicole Yantzi

School of the Environment