Environmental & Conservation Sciences, Bachelor of Science

Quickfacts
Credential: 
Bachelor's Degree
Duration: 

1 year at RDC - 3 years at U of A

Delivery: 
Main Campus
Cost Per Year (approx.): 

$4,981 (tuition & fees) | $1,200 (books & materials)

Admission Requirements, Program Content: 
More Career Possibilities
Agrologist, Conservation Officer, Crop Specialist, Naturalist, Energy Policy Analyst, Environmental Education Specialist, Environmental Lobbyist, Environmental Impact Analyst, Environmental Consultant, Fisheries Analyst, Natural Resources Policy Analyst, Program Officer of Natural and Applied Science, Recycling Coordinator, Scientific Consultant, Science Writer, Supervisor of Environment Program Development, Agricultural Economist, Energy Economist, Economist of Natural Resources, Economic Policy Analyst, Economic Advisor, International Trade Economist, Aboriginal Issues Economist, Community Social Development Officer, Consumer Advisor, Housing Policy Analyst, Social Survey Researcher, Social Services Planner, Social Policy Researcher, Research Analyst/Health Policy, Forest Resource Technician, Logging and Forestry Supervisor, Natural Resource Officer, Park and Wildlife Naturalist, Range Conservationist, Range Manager, Resource Conservation Specialist, Silviculturist, Wildlife Specialis
Contact
Contact Name: 
Dr. Jane MacNeil
Contact Title: 
Associate Dean
Contact Phone: 
403.342.3400 OR 1.888.732.4630
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