Master’s Degree in Environmental Practice
Earn your degree online in as little as two years.
Take the assessment quiz to find out if you are eligible.
This online Master’s degree in Environmental Practice (MEP) is offered through the Canadian Center for Environmental Education (CCEE), a partnership between Royal Roads University and ECO Canada.
In an ever evolving sector, learn stand out skills with a program that can be done completely online and at your own pace. The innovative MEP program lets you earn your master’s degree without putting your career on hold.
- Study from anywhere in the world
- Work while you earn your degree
- Apply what you learn on the job
- Connect with other environmental pros
Choose between a Master of Science (MSc) or Master of Arts (MA) depending on your goals and educational background. See the full program details to help you decide which stream is right for you.
MSc in Environmental Practice
MA in Environmental Practice
The Master’s Degree in Environmental Practice is designed for environmental practitioners with an interest in leadership in the context of sustainability. Key elements for admission include related work and/or volunteer experience.
The MEP is designed for those seeking a program that is professionally-focused and includes content related to professional certification.
A Flexible Admission option is available for candidates that do not meet the academic admission requirements but have six years of relevant work experience (or equivalent combination of education and experience).
- 100% online program
- Credits: 30 credits (equates to approx. 10 courses)
- A 15-credit core of courses includes a course in Research Method
- Students can select an optional concentration with elective courses from Royal Roads University or from University College, the University of Denver.
- Candidates will select either a Research Paper or Practium option to complete their degree
Find out if you are eligible:
Take the MEP Assessment Quiz
The next intake is January 8, 2017. Apply by December 8, 2017 on the Royal Roads University website:
Start your application
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* ECO Canada, Profile of Canadian Environmental Employment, 2013.