Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Practice From Royal Roads University

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.

The Bachelor of Environmental Practice (BEP) at Royal Roads University goes beyond the basics to build the skills, knowledge and next-level insight that you need to have a successful environmental career. Professionals who are seeking to complete their undergraduate degree or enter the environmental sector with a career-focused, second degree will gain practical, workplace-ready environmental skill set grounded in critical thinking and theory.

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  • 100% Online Delivery Model
  • Credits: 60 Credits (equates to approx. 20 courses)
  • Students can take up to 9 electives and choose between the 75-hour Practicum or Major Research paper
  • Take electives at leading Canadian post-secondary institutions incl. Athabasca University, BCIT, Cape Breton University, Royal Military College of Canada, Thompson Rivers University, University of British Columbia, University of Guelph, University of Victoria and Wilfrid Laurier University
  • Choose your stream – Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in Environmental Practice

Graduates of the (BEP) program will gain practical skills and knowledge including environmental management tools, sustainable development applications and environmental law.  Earn practical environmental experience by completing a 6-week internship or comprehensive research report. Meet educational requirements for ECO Canada’s Environmental Professional (EP) Certification and develop management and leadership skills for the environmental sector.

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