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Thunder Bay • Orillia

Honours Bachelor of Environmental Management(TB)

Four Year program
All students will take the common first and second years, then continue in one of the three specializations for the third and fourth years.

First Year:
(a) Natural Resources Management 0190 (non-credit required course)
(b) Natural Resources Management 1010, 1071, 1094, 1110, 1330
(c) Biology 1110, 1130
(d) Chemistry 1050 or 1110
(e) Economics 2014
(f) Geography 1170
(g) Geology 1131

Non-Academic requirement:
Natural Resources Management 0990 - First Aid Certificate (Standard First Aid, 2-day course recommended)

Second Year:
(a) Natural Resources Management 0290 (non-credit required course)
(b) Natural Resources Management 2094
(c) Natural Resources Management 2013, 2054, 2055, 2110, 2150, 2210, 2270, 2350
(d) Biology 2050, 2210

* NOTE: Indigenous Content Requirement is met by taking NRMT-2054

 

(a) Specialization in Wildlife Conservation and Management

Third Year:
(a) Natural Resources Management 0390 (non-credit required course)
(b) Natural Resources Management 3094
(c) Natural Resources Management 2050, 3051, 3116, 3218
(d) Natural Resources Management 3212 or 4217
(e) Natural Resources Management 3219 or Biology 3151
(f) Geography 2251
(g) Two half-course restricted electives (see Note 1 below)
(h) One half-course open elective (see Note 2 below)

*In addition, Transfer students to take NRMT-2013 - Population Ecology


Fourth Year:
(a) Natural Resources Management 4094
(b) Natural Resources Management 4212, 4213, 4214, 4250, 4251
(c) Natural Resources Management 4010, 4030
(d) One half-course restricted elective (see Note 1 below)
(e) One FCE open electives (see Note 2 below)

Note 1:
The following courses count as restricted electives: Biology 3219, 3671, 4211, 4231 and 4435, and Outdoor Recreation 2755;
Note 2:
It is recommended that students in the Wildlife Conservation and Management Specialization choose open electives from: Biology 3250, 3251, 4111; Natural Resources Management 3217; Psychology 3511.

 

(b) Specialization in Conservation Planning and Management

Third Year:
(a) Natural Resources Management 0390 (non-credit required course)
(b) Natural Resources Management 3094
(c) Natural Resources Management 3051, 3135, 3212, 4217
(d) Biology 3151, 4430
(e) Geography 2251, 2331
(f) One FCE open elective(s)

*In addition, Transfer students to take NRMT-2013 - Population Ecology


Fourth Year:
(a) Natural Resources Management 4094
(b) Natural Resources Management 4212, 4213, 4214, 4250
(c) Natural Resources Management 4010, 4030
(d) One of: Geography 2351, 4411 or 4431
(e) Political Science 3711, or 3713 or 2110 or a selected Political Science course with Program Chair approval
(f) One FCE open elective(s) at the third or fourth year level

 

(c) Sustainable Land Use

Third Year:
(a) Natural Resources Management 0390 (non-credit required course)
(b) Natural Resources Management 3094
(c) Natural Resources Management 3051, 3251
(d) Outdoor Recreation 2755
(e) Political Science 3711, or 3713 or 2110 or a selected Political Science course with Program Chair approval
(e) Three FCE electives (see Note below)

*In addition, Transfer students to take NRMT-2013 - Population Ecology


Fourth Year:
(a) Natural Resources Management 4094
(b) Natural Resources Management 4212, 4213, 4214, 4250
(c) Natural Resources Management 4010, 4030
(d) Two FCE electives (see Note below)

Note:
Students in the Sustainable Land Use Option must choose their 5 FCE electives in third and fourth years as follows:

(a) One FCE at the second year level or higher in Arts
(b) Three FCEs at the second year level or higher in Natural Resources Management or Science; however, Natural Resources Management courses must be selected from those required courses within other specializations
(c) One FCE open electives at the third or fourth year level