Environmental Science

The Environmental Science program explores the relationships between environmental constraints and sustainable development with an emphasis on prairie agriculture and forestry. The major emphasis of Environmental Science courses is on practical field experience in Prairie and Boreal Forest environments and on laboratory analysis and computer-based interpretation of results. Environmental Science courses are complemented by courses in environmental policy, environmental assessment, environmental quality, and agriculture and the environment.

Graduates of related diploma programs may be eligible to receive up to two years block transfer credit into the Environmental Science field of study. Students transferring under an articulation agreement, or who have been granted block transfer credit must take a prescribed set of courses. For additional information, or to determine eligibility for block transfer, contact the Coordinator of Student Services in the Dean's Office, College of Agriculture and Bioresources.

Program Requirements

Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (B.S.A.) - Environmental Science

Block Transfer - Lakeland College - CARE and ECR

Block Transfer - Lakeland College - EPT