At the Bieler School of Environment, you will learn how to communicate and contribute effectively on a range of environmental issues. Benefit from an environment where ingenuity and openness to new ideas are encouraged – and learn to question established norms with confidence.
The Environment Minor (18 credits) is intended to complement the expertise gained through a Major, Major Concentration, Faculty Program, or Interfaculty Program outside the Bieler School of Environment. Students taking the Minor in Environment are exposed to different approaches, perspectives, and world views that will help them gain an understanding of the complexity and the conflicts that underlie environmental problems.
By studying the environment through an interdisciplinary lens, you will be prepared to tackle a breadth of pressing environmental issues from many angles. Possible career paths include:
- Environmental Policy Advisor
- Environmental Consultant
- Environmental Scientist
- Environmental Assessment Officer
- Green Innovation and Entrepreneurship
- Journalist / Science Communicator
- National / Provincial Parks Planner
- Climate Change Analyst
- International Development Planner / Project Officer