Environmental Studies focuses on the human dimensions of environmental change and problem-solving through environmental management, planning, and policy.
Environmental Studies helps you understand the complex environmental challenges facing the world.
At Mount Allison, the Environmental Studies program aims to equip you with the kind of integrative and analytical thinking that will help you effectively contribute to environmental leadership and decision-making.
Courses cover such topics as:
In upper years, Environmental Studies students choose complimentary courses from the following four optional streams:
You will also have the opportunity to carry out your own research as summer projects or as part of directed studies courses.
Environmental Studies is available as:
Experiential learning opportunities are offered in every degree.
Regular admission: To be considered for admission, a minimum final grade of 65% or the equivalent is required in all university-preparatory courses reviewed.
Early admission: Applicants may be considered for early admission based on their final grade 11 transcripts. A minimum admissions average of 80% is required for consideration.
Students studying at vocational/technical high schools may be considered if they have strong grades and their educational background is relevant to their intended field of study.
Please include Grade 11 and 12 transcripts with your application.
DUOLINGO English Test: 110
If you meet Mount Allison's academic requirements, but don't meet our English proficiency requirements, you may be offered conditional admission.
If you're offered conditional admission, you can enroll in one of our English pathway programs designed for students who need extra time and training to meet our English proficiency requirements, and who would like to benefit from additional transition time and academic preparation before full-time study.
There are two program options to help you meet the requirements, depending on your level of English:
Once you successfully complete one of Mount Allison's English language programs, you will get unconditional admission to Mount Allison (if you meet our academic requirements). No additional TOEFL or IELTS tests will be required.
|English Summer Pathway Program||May 24-Aug. 12, 2022 (12 weeks)|
|June 20-Aug. 12, 2022 (8 weeks)|
|July 18-Aug. 12, 2022 (4 weeks)|
|English Academic Bridging Program (EAB)|
The EAB program is a two-term
(fall and winter) program
offered during the academic year.
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