The Environmental Studies Program is a multidisciplinary program, based on social sciences, humanities and sciences. Students can develop innovative interdisciplinary approaches to understanding the environment and human roles and responsibilities. For example, students may select courses in environmental science, law, political science, economics, geography, philosophy and psychology in order to understand human relationships with the environment and how to formulate effective strategies for change. Individual programs may be enriched through guidance in selecting from a wide range of courses offered by other university departments.
To receive more information on our program contact Patricia Ballamingie, Undergraduate Program Advisor. To receive more information while selecting your courses, please contact the Undergraduate Administrator, Judy Eddy (Rm B349 Leob Bldg).