Advance your education with this specialized environmental training, designed to complement your previous training and improve your employability skills.
This Graduate Certificate program is hands-on, with a large portion of the training happening in the field – the living lab. Join this trending career field and help manage a changing planet.
This program has a 7-week volunteer work placement opportunity!
Your Future Career
- Public/Private environmental compliance sector
- Water/Waste water treatment industry
- Private environmental or engineering company
- Ministry of Environment
- Forestry industry
- Mining industry
What You Learn
- Field sampling techniques
- Drinking water certification
- GPS/GIS training
- Resource management
- Environmental auditing and analysis
- Applied geomatics
- Risk assessment
- Environmental technology
Graduate from a related 2 year technician diploma or a 3 year technology diploma program with a GPA of 3.2 or higher. Or Graduate from a related University program, e.g. Bachelor or Environmental Studies, Environmental Science, Environmental Geography, Environmental Biology, Chemistry, Biology, or related degree program from an International University, with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher
|GEO 100||Applied Geomatics 1|
|ENV 215||Environmental Technology|
|ENV 255||Environmental Analysis I|
|ENV 350||Environmental Career Success|
|ENV 343||Environmental Law II|
|ENV 225||Field Camp|
|ENV 245||Project Planning and Management|
|GEO 120||Applied Geomatics II|
|ENV 256||Environmental Analysis II|
|ENV 257||Environmental Auditing, Impact and Risk Assessment|
|ENV 258||Environmental Management Systems, Standards, Practices and Aspects|
|ENV 259||Environmental Resource Management|
|ENV 265||Work Placement|
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Ontario College Graduate Certificate along with WHMIS, MOECC - Entry Level Drinking Water Certificate as well an the opportunity to acquire Greencheck Certification and the Operator in Training exam.
Learning outcomes represent culminating demonstrations of learning and achievement. In addition, learning outcomes are interrelated and cannot be viewed in isolation of one another. As such, they should be viewed as a comprehensive whole. They describe performances that demonstrate that significant integrated learning by graduates of the program has been achieved.