Take your education further
Trent School of the Environment benefits from affiliation with Trent’s leading environmentally-themed graduate programs, including:
Bioenvironmental Monitoring and Assessment MSc, MBEMA or GDip
Bioenvironmental Monitoring and Assessment Graduate program (BEMA) is an interdisciplinary program leading to either a Masters (MBEMA) or a Graduate Diploma (GDip) in the natural sciences. The Masters program is a one-year course-based degree with a 15-week placement and capstone week, while the G.Dip can be completed in eight months.
Environmental and Life Sciences MSc or PhD
Environmental and Life Sciences Graduate program (ENLS) is an interdisciplinary program offering both masters and doctoral degrees. Students are supervised by faculty members from Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Resource Sciences, Forensic Sciences, Geography, and Psychology, as well as by scientists at the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, the Ontario Ministry of the Environment, Health Canada, and other governmental and non-governmental organizations.
Sustainability Studies program offers interdisciplinary graduate education and research that will improve our understanding of environmental sustainability, economic prosperity, and social responsibility. The program is designed to develop leaders who can actively advance research and practice in critical sustainability-based challenges, including environmental protection, resource conservation and positive social change.