The MSc in Environmental Science is a thesis-based degree. Because of our broad range of expertise, TRU is superbly positioned to train students to approach specific sub-disciplines using techniques ranging from molecular techniques to ecosystem ecology to policy, management, and ethical considerations.
The MSc degree in Environmental Science requires the completion of 28 credit hours, including: four required courses, and an independent research project culminating in a thesis. The required courses are the backbone of our program, where faculty and students from many disciplines analyze and discuss environmental issues from different perspectives.
|ENVS 5100||Environmental Science I: History, Philosophy and Concepts (3 credits)|
|ENVS 5200||Environmental Science II: Conducting Science (3 credits)|
|ENVS 5300||Environmental Science: Topics and Case Studies (2 credits)|
|ENVS 5400||Environmental Science: Dissemination and Outreach (2 credits)|
|ENVS 5990||Thesis ; Masters Thesis must be completed under the direct supervision of your Thesis Supervisor (18 Credits)|