The Specialization in Conservation Biology is designed to provide students with theoretical and practical training in the conservation of living organisms. It capitalizes, in part, on the expertise and activities of collaborating regional, provincial, or national agencies such as the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, the Toronto Zoo, regional Conservation Authorities, the Royal Ontario Museum, or Environment and Climate Change Canada. A distinctive feature of the Specialization is the opportunity for a community placement with a collaborating agency through the BIOL 4400Y course.
The Program Coordinator is Dr. Graham Raby.
Please refer to the current Trent University Academic Calendar to review all of the prerequisites and course options for this Specialization within the Biology B.Sc. degree program.