Programs of Study
BSES students must complete required courses in biology, chemistry, geology, geography, english, economics, and environmental ethics. In addition, they can select 18 credit hours of courses from one of the following areas of concentration: Biology, Chemistry, Geography, Applied Disaster and Emergency Studies, or Geology.
Please contact the Environmental Science program co-ordinator, Dr. Christopher Malcolm if you would like to schedule a meeting regarding course selection for your degree. You can also click on the link below to an Excel database file that you can use to track your progress through your degree. Once the file opens, save it to your computer.
A separate condensed 2-year (60 credit hour) program (BSES – Land and Water) is available for students who transfer from the 2-year diploma in Land & Water Management at Assiniboine Community College.