The MREM is a full-time 16-month course-based program that’s designed to provide you with the skills and knowledge you need to pursue a career in natural resource and environmental management. With a curriculum that combines coursework, an internship and a project report, you’ll build a well-rounded combination of knowledge and experience that will serve you well in your future career.
Admissions requirements overview
- Honours 4-year Bachelor Degree or equivalent (e.g. substantive independent project work)
- Minimum 3.0 GPA (B average) in the last two years or equivalent. Average successful applicant GPA is 3.3 (B+)
- If your first language is not English you must provide proof of English language proficiency from a standard language test, such as TOEFL (minimum score of 92 for the internet-based test); MELAB (90 minimum score) or IELTS (7.5 minimum score). May not be required in some cases.
Application evaluation overview
In evaluating applications the following elements are weighted as follows:
|Transcript (first 2 years)||10%|
|Transcript (final years)||30%|
|Statement of Career Objectives||20%|
Year One, Fall Term
Year One, Winter Term
ENVI5505.03 Biophysical Dimensions of Resource and Environmental Management
ENVI5500.03 Sociopolitical Dimensions of Resource and Environmental Management
ENVI5205.03 Law and Policy for Resource and Environmental Management
One elective (.03)
Year One, Summer Term
ENVI5509.00 Internship in Resource and Environmental Management
Year Two, Fall Term
To help you get started with selecting electives, we have prepared a list of courses that may be of interest to you but it is in no way a complete list.
Courses that may be of interest. [PDF - 25kB]
MREM students pay fees per class. Fees are normally posted on Dal's Money Matters website by June for the following September.
Fees are paid per term, in September, January and May. Please note that a non-refundable admission deposit of $200 is required by all new students within four weeks after acceptance into the program. This will be applied against the tuition fee. Student Union dues, membership to the athletic facility (Dalplex), health/dental and other fees are included. Non-Canadian students pay a differential fee.
An approximate figure of the cost for course materials (textbooks, etc.) is $800/year.
Fee schedules are subject to change. The Money Matters website can supply up-to-date information.
- Use Dalhousie's tuition calculator to estimate your education costs.