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Students that wish to include a specific focus on the Environment to their Program may wish to register for the Environment Option as part of their Graduate Degree. You must obtain permission from your thesis supervisor before you register and keep in mind that the Environment Option has additional course requirements beyond the normal Graduate Program.

Parasitology PhD with Environment Option

Required Courses

PARA 700 Thesis Proposal for Ph.D.
PARA 710 Parasitology Ph.D. Seminar 1
PARA 711 Parasitology Ph.D. Seminar 2
ENVR 610 Foundations of Environ Policy
ENVR 650 Environmental Seminar 1
ENVR 651 Environmental Seminar 2
ENVR 652 Environmental Seminar 3

In addition to presentation, and subsequent defence, of a satifactory thesis based on the student's research

Complimentary courses (6 credits)

PARA 635 Cell Biology and Infection or PARA 655 Host-Parasite Interactions
ENVR 519 Global Environmental Politics
ENVR 544 Env. Measurement & Modelling
ENVR 580 course description not available
ENVR 611 course description not available
ENVR 620 Environ and Health of Species
ENVR 630 Civilization and Environment
ENVR 680 Topics in Environment 4

or other graduate course recommended by advisory committee and approved by Environment Option Committee Parasitology MSc with Environment Option

Parasitology MSc with Environment Option

Required Courses (40 credits)

PARA 600 Thesis Proposal for M.Sc.
PARA 606 Parasitology Seminar
PARA 607 Parasitology Research Seminar
PARA 687 Thesis Research 1
PARA 688 Thesis Research 2
PARA 691 Thesis Research 5
ENVR 610 Foundations of Environ Policy
ENVR 650 Environmental Seminar 1
ENVR 651 Environmental Seminar 2
ENVR 652 Environmental Seminar 3

In addition to presentation of a satifactory thesis based on the student's research

Complimentary courses (6 credits)

PARA 635 Cell Biology and Infection or PARA 655 Host-Parasite Interactions
ENVR 622 Sustainable Landscapes
ENVR 519 Global Environmental Politics
ENVR 544 Env. Measurement & Modelling
ENVR 580 course description not available
ENVR 611 course description not available
ENVR 620 Environ and Health of Species
ENVR 630 Civilization and Environment
ENVR 680 Topics in Environment 4

or other graduate course recommended by advisory committee and approved by Environment Option Committee