|School:||Royal Roads University|
|Faculty:||Environment & Sustainability|
|Field of Study:||Environmental Studies
|Description:||If you’re interested in making a sustainable difference, the environmental practice programs at Royal Roads University can help you develop the skills, knowledge, connections and career flexibility you need to succeed. These undergraduate degree-completion programs are 60 credits in length and delivered entirely online. Developed in partnership with ECO Canada (Environmental Careers Organization of Canada), the curriculum aligns with established environmental career paths and fulfils the academic requirements for Environmental Professional (EP) certification and is consistent with National Occupational Standards. Upon graduation, you will be eligible for certification as an Environmental Professional in Training (EPt).
We offer both a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in Environmental Practice as each program maintains a distinct industry emphasis, and therefore built-in degree focus tailored to your specific interests. The Bachelor of Arts pathway takes a sustainable and interdisciplinary approach to environmental policy, management, community development and more, so you can implement effective change.
|URL:||Environmental Practice (BA) at Royal Roads University|
|Careers:||Environmental Impact Analysts|
English is the primary language of instruction and communication in all domestic programs at Royal Roads University. As part of the application process, all applicants whose primary language is not English must demonstrate proficiency in English speaking, listening, reading and writing by one of the following means: 1. Submission of an official English language proficiency score report which meets one of the following minimum standards: International English Language Testing System (IELTS) – 6.5 overall (minimum 6.5 in writing and speaking, minimum 6.0 in listening and reading), Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) Internet-based Test (IBT) – 88 overall (minimum 24 in writing, minimum 20 in listening, reading and speaking), University of Cambridge English Examinations, Advanced (CAE) – 176 Overall (169 in each language skill), Canadian Academic English Language Assessment (CAEL) – 70 overall (70 in Writing, 60 in other skills), Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) – 9+, Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB) – 81 overall; OR 2. Graduation from a recognized diploma or degree program from a college or university at which English was the primary language of instruction in an English speaking country; OR 3. Completion of the International Study Centre’s undergraduate or pre-master’s pathway program(s).