You can complete a Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Environmental Science in one of two ways: by direct enrolment to the program or as a Post-Diploma BSc student. You can also choose to pursue a concentration in Geographical Information Systems (GIS) in the 40-course program.
Bachelor of Science: The BSc in Environmental Science is a 40-course multi-disciplinary major. The program will provide you with comprehensive science-based training, complemented by one semester of technical instruction at Lethbridge College in your third year.
Post-Diploma Bachelor of Science: If you already have an appropriate diploma, this two-year program is for you. Its primary focus is to enhance your previous technical and practical training with extensive knowledge in the core sciences. See uleth.ca/postdiploma for more information.
Alberta Institute of Agrologists (AIA)
Once you have completed your degree, you may apply to the Alberta Institute of Agrologists (AIA) to be registered as a Professional Agrologist within Alberta. Contact your program Coordinator early in your degree for further information. The academic requirements for AIA certification can be found on the AIA website.
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