Trent School of the Environment & Related Academic Programs
In the School of the Environment, you have the opportunity to map out the path to your own degree and academic future. Whether it’s by zeroing in on an existing program of study within the School listed below or by designing your own one-of-a-kind degree around your passions and interests, the sky’s the limit when it comes to opportunities for learning.
- Bachelor of Environmental Science/Studies (B.E.S.S.)
- Circumpolar Studies (Diploma)
- Ecological Restoration B.Sc.
- Environmental Chemistry B.Sc.
- Environmental & Resource Science/Studies (B.A. or B.Sc.)
- Environmental Geoscience B.Sc.
- Geography (B.A. or B.Sc.)
- Indigenous Environmental Studies (B.A. or B.Sc.)
- Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems (B.A. or B.Sc.)
- Water Sciences (B.Sc.)
Trent was the first university in Canada to achieve accreditation from ECO Canada for its environmental program—a national standard for excellence in environmental education. This accreditation means that the skills and knowledge Trent students acquire are relevant to the environmental sector in Canada and attractive to employers.
Leading environmentally-themed graduate programs
- Environmental and Life Sciences (M.Sc.)
- Environmental and Life Sciences (Ph.D.)
- Sustainability Studies (M.A.)
Trent University Centres of Research
- The James McLean Oliver Ecological Centre
- Trent Centre for Materials Research
- Institute for Watershed Science
- Water Quality Centre
- Trent University Environmental Advisory Board
- Trent-Fleming Trail Studies Unit