Presentation on theme: "Archaeology Geography Environmental Science Development & Sustainability Sustainable Community Development Environmental Literacy Corporate Environmental."— Presentation transcript:
Archaeology Geography Environmental Science Development & Sustainability Sustainable Community Development Environmental Literacy Corporate Environmental and Social Sustainability
Bachelor of Environment Three new majors offered within the Bachelor of Environment: Required core courses in the social and natural sciences Methodology, practice and communication Integrative capstone in collaboration and decision-making Proposal to go to Senate this Fall for approval starting Fall 2014 BEnv majors also to begin in Fall 2014 Entrance requirement: Math 12 (or equivalent)
Bachelor of Environment Major: Environmental Resource Management –Analytical methods, public participation, conflict resolution –Preparation for careers in forestry, fisheries, agriculture and tourism Major: Global Environmental Systems –Interaction of socio-economic and biophysical systems at the global scale –Climate change, carbon cycles, land use and land cover, energy technologies and transitions BEnv/BBA Joint Major in Sustainable Business (with Beedie) –Green entrepreneurship and innovation, environmental impact assessment and mitigation, energy and materials management
Admission from Grade 12 Bachelor of Arts Same as Arts Bachelor of Science Same as Science Bachelor of Environment Math 12 Dual Admission with Douglas. Admission from BC Colleges Bachelor of Arts 24 units Bachelor of Science 24 units with a transferable Math and two transferable Sciences (or these can be Grade 12 courses) Bachelor of Environment 24 units with a transferable Math
Archaeology Undergraduate Programs in Archaeology Bachelor of Arts Areas of Concentration –Environmental Archaeology –Bioanthropology –Cultural Resource Management –Joint majors with Anthropology and First Nations Studies Minor in Archaeology Certificate Program Cultural Resource Management
First Nations: Land Management Aboriginal Liaison Communications Assistant Researcher Litigation management Community outreach Conference planner Parks, Recreation & Ecotourism Museum Education Curator Municipal Cultural Manager Environmental Consulting Archaeology Collections Assist. Landscape Architecture Post Secondary Instructor Teacher GIS Technician Historical Data Analyst
Environmental ScienceEnvironmental Science Bachelor of Science, Areas of Concentration: –Applied Biology »develop a firm background in various aspects of ecology, whole-organism biology, and applied conservation biology –Environmental Earth Systems »an integrative coverage of environmental processes and systems, and the opportunity to develop technical skills in quantitative methods, GIS and Remote Sensing –Environmetrics »design and analysis of sampling schemes for environmental monitoring and related experiments –Water Science »a focused interdisciplinary science-based training in hydrologic, climate, and aquatic science, complemented by courses in social sciences, and law
Hydrology Utilities Management Hazardous & Waste Management Emergency Management/ Planning Environmental Consulting Environmental Technicians Parks & Recreation Fisheries & Marine Biology Air Pollution/ Air Quality Planning/Management Conservation & Environmental Education Ecology Facilities Planning Forestry Oceanographic & Atmospheric Science Geographic Information Systems Hydrology Land Use Planning Natural Resources Management Pollution Control Risk Analysis Soil Conservation Spatial Statistics Teacher Tourism Developer Wildlife Management Environmental ScienceEnvironmental Science Co-operative EducationCo-operative Education
Undergraduate Programs in Geography Bachelor of Arts Human Geography Environmental Specialty Bachelor of Science Physical Geography Geographic Information Science (entry through Applied Sciences) –Joint major with Beedie School of Business Minors in Human & Physical Geography Certificate Programs Spatial Information Systems Urban Studies
*NEW!* Environment One at SFU Surrey (started Fall 2013) Admission to two streams only: Science or Arts. No major chosen. Five or six core courses required from either stream and one common course for both streams each term. Advising to determine majors will happen after admission; they will be allowed to choose their major of choice, provided admission requirements met.
Alex Chen: Our poster boy Started his studies in Psychology, now a BSc candidate in Environmental Science, Environmentrics concentration. Currently working for Dr. Nick Hedley, Geography, using Spatial Information Systems / GIS knowledge and skills in P.E.I. Active SFU volunteer within student groups and for the Faculty; active community volunteer, politically involved. Port Moody Secondary graduate
Certificates Environmental Literacy Sustainable Community Development Corporate Environmental and Social Sustainability Cultural Resource Management Spatial Information Systems Urban Studies Minors Archaeology Development & Sustainability Geography | Physical Geography Sustainable Community Development Courses in Environment ENV 222-3 Environmental Controversy ENV 319-3 Environmental Law ENV 320-3 Ethics and the Environment ENV 321-3 Ecological Economics ENV 401-4 Global Environmental Governance & Sustainable Development
Alex Clapp, Associate Dean, Faculty of Environment Professor, Geography 778-782-8827 firstname.lastname@example.org Leigh McGregor, Manager, Recruitment & Community Liaison 778-782-8810 email@example.com Paul DeGrace, Co-operative Education Coordinator 778-782-3317 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact Us
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