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University of Calgary Calendar 2018-2019 Faculty of Science 4. Program Details 4.6 Non-Departmental Programs: Data Science, Environmental Science, Nanoscience, Natural Sciences, Neuroscience 4.6.2 Environmental Science
4.6.2 Environmental Science
Programs Offered

BSc in Environmental Science

BSc Honours in Environmental Science

The Environmental Science program is a single, four-year multidisciplinary program offered by the Faculty of Science with collaboration from the Faculty of Arts. This multidisciplinary program is flexible in scope. Students must select one of six areas of concentration: Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Geography, Geology, Physics, or Statistics.

For program advice, see the Program Director and/or the Undergraduate Science Centre (USC).

Program vs Faculty Regulations

The Environmental Science program is governed by a combination of general Faculty of Science and Faculty of Arts regulations, as well as the additional program specific regulations listed below. In cases where the regulations of the two Faculties are different, students in the Environmental Science program will follow the regulations listed in the Faculty of Science section.

It is essential for students to be familiar with all regulations and it is helpful to read Section 3 of the Faculty of Science regulations first.

Program Information

Office: Energy Environment Experiential Learning (EEEL) 426

Telephone: 403.220.8979

Website: ucalgary.ca/ensc

Email: ensc@ucalgary.ca

Admission and Enrolment Limitations

Enrolment is limited in the Environmental Science program. Students may be admitted directly into the Environmental Science program and, once admitted, a place in the program is assured for students advancing through the second and subsequent years with satisfactory performance. Admission will be granted for Fall Term only and will be based upon academic merit.

As space permits, a certain number of students who wish to gain admission to the second or third year of the program by transferring from other institutions or programs will be accepted. Any student requesting admission at this level must meet a competitive grade point average calculated over the most recent course work, to a maximum of 30 units (5.0 full-course equivalents). The competitive grade point average will be established annually and will not be lower than 2.50. Students applying for admission must meet the competitive admission average of their chosen concentration.

Courses Constituting the Fields in Areas of Concentration

For each area of concentration, the field will be Environmental Science 401, 501, 502, 504, 505 plus the total of all courses that constitute the major field offered by the department in which the concentration is taken.