A bachelor’s degree matters for most environmental jobs. In fact, 72% of job vacancies linked to Canada’s green economy require a bachelor’s degree.*

Successfully transition into an environmental role with an online Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Practice (BEP) offered through the Canadian Centre for Environmental Education (CCEE), a partnership between Royal Roads University and ECO Canada.

Efficiently upgrade your environmental diploma or earn a second degree with this innovative degree-completion program.

Choose between a Bachelor of Science (BSc) or Bachelor of Arts (BA) depending on your goals and educational background.

In order to complete your degree, you’ll select a Program Capstone: choose from either a 75-hour practicum or a major research paper with guidance from your instructor.

Choose this program to:

Environmental Professional (EP) Certification: Our partnership with Royal Roads University assists in developing environmental education that teaches industry-relevant skills and prepares graduates to enter the workforce. Upon completion of your degree, you’ll have fulfilled the academic requirements and will be eligible to apply for EP Certification – Canada’s only national environmental designation.

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See our full program details to help you decide which one is right for you.

BSc in Environmental Practice

BA in Environmental Practice

 

The next intake is September 11, 2017. Apply by August 11, 2017 on the Royal Roads website.
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* ECO Canada, The Green Jobs Map: Tracking Employment through Canada’s Green Economy, 2012.