Sustainable Resources & The Environment

Faculty of Management

Description: Bachelor of Management students who choose to major in Sustainable Resources and the Environment will learn how to manage natural resources (e.g. minerals, forests) and ecosystems (e.g. parks, protected areas) for a balance of public and private values. Our program draws from business, environmental studies, information management, and public administration.
Careers: Manage a green technology company
Work for a mining or forestry company
Work for government
Website: Management / Sustainable Resources and the Environment
Program options: Bachelor of of Management (Mgmt)
Major in Sustainable Resources and the Environment
 - Optional Internship
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Program Notes:
Accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB

Other options:
Study abroad
Corporate tours, mock interviews, alumni and employer receptions
Career education
Length of program: 4 years
 - View sample schedule for Bachelor of Management core program
Prerequisites: High School courses
Required:

    English
    At least one Academic Math
    3 additional university preparatory courses
Recommended:
    Accounting
    Economics
    Environment
    Information Technology or Computer Science
    Management or Business

See Admissions Requirements for more information.