Graduate Certificate in Science and Policy of Climate Change

Earn your Graduate-Level Certificate Online

Fundamental Climate Change Knowledge

Now more than ever, corporations, brands and industry are expected to be good environmental citizens; climate change is a big challenge and is at the forefront of this trend. Actionable solutions are needed to tackle this challenge and Canadian environmental practitioners have the opportunity to become globally recognized experts in this subject.

ECO Canada has partnered with Royal Roads University to offer this interdisciplinary training available completely online:

  • 3-course program
  • Combines technical knowledge with practical skill development
  • Can be completed in less than 1 year

This graduate certificate is designed for practitioners who want to move into the expanding field of climate science and policy. The completion of a bachelor’s degree is required for admission to this certificate program; flexible admission is available (download the guide for more info). 

The 3 courses are taken in sequence, with the final course including a unique, experiential work placement in Climate Solutions. 

Fill out the form to download the Program Guide for full program details.

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What Will You Learn In This Climate Change Certificate?

Gain in-depth knowledge in both the science and policy side of climate change for a full picture to help you navigate the implications for your business and provide expertise on solutions to address climate change impacts.

Download the Program Guide for more details include:

  • Program curriculum details
  • Types of jobs available with this training
  • Fees and available financial aid
  • Outcomes you can expect
  • Admission requirements

About this partnership:

The Graduate Certificate in Science and Policy of Climate Change is offered through the Canadian Centre for Environmental Education (CCEE). ECO Canada and Royal Roads University are the founders of CCEE. It was created in accordance with the National Occupational Standards (NOS) for Environmental Employment. The NOS refers to relevant competencies identified by industry experts as necessary for particular occupation.

The CCEE’s goal is to provide advanced education, training, and professional development tailored to the Canadian environment industry.