The Bieler School of Environment offers several courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Many are open to all McGill students, while some are restricted to students in Bieler School of Environment programs.
Our courses are team-taught, with several professors from different fields present in the class. This way students are exposed to a wider range of expertise than in a course with a single professor. Students (and professors!) also find it interesting to see how experts in different fields approach problems with differing sets of intellectual tools and assumptions.
The most up-to-date information on courses being offered each academic year is available on Class Schedule at www.mcgill.ca/minerva.
Bieler School of Environment Core Courses
Note: ENVR 401 is restricted to U3 and Diploma students.
Note: Diploma students must contact the Program Adviser for permission to register for ENVR 401.
Other Bieler School of Environment Courses
Topics in Environment
Readings in Environment
ENVR 485/585 Guidelines and Student-Supervisor Agreement form
Montreal Urban Sustainability Experience
For more information, visit the MUSE website.
Honours in Environment
See: Honours Program
Independent Research Courses
Note: Unlike other 396 Undergraduate Research Project courses in the Faculty of Science, ENVR 396 is open to non-Science students. Contact the Program Adviser for information.
ENVR 490 Guidelines and Student-Supervisor Agreement form
ENVR 491 Guidelines and Student-Supervisor Agreement form
ENVR Courses Taught by Jointly-Appointed BSE Faculty
tony.ricciardi [at] mcgill.ca (A. Ricciardi) )(Prof.
(Prof. christopher.barrington-leigh [at] mcgill.ca (C. Barrington-Leigh) )