In the 15 years that A\J has been publishing an annual postsecondary education guide, the number of Canadian institutions offering environmental degree options has exploded, as have the range and scope of the programs themselves. From hydrology and climate science to urban design to ecotourism to sustainable food systems, A\J has collected together the most multidisciplinary environmental programs available at Canada’s universities and colleges.
We are particularly proud of our second annual At-A-Glance chart. It provides important, quality-of-life information that is not usually available in one place, such as housing, transportation and tuition costs. Additionally, we listened to our student readers when crafting this year’s version, refining the categories to reflect the details that are most relevant and useful for comparing postsecondary institutions across the country.
Both the chart and the directory are intended as a first step for students when considering the environmental programs available. Use these resources to start your own research odyssey into the wonderful world of environmental education in Canada!
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