Program Map

FOUR YEAR GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES MAJOR PROGRAM MAP ( NON CO-OP OPTION)

Term 1
Sep – Dec

Term 2
Jan – Apr

Summer
May – Aug

Year 1

Basic Sciences, English, Math, Introduction to Conservation, Soil Science, Economics, Sociology

Summer

Year 2

Conservation Foundations, Forest biology and Ecology, Introduction to Biometrics and Computer Applications, Introduction to Physical Geography

Summer

Year 3and 4

Geomatics, Conservation Biology and Biodiversity, Resources and Economics, Resources and Society, International Policy/Governance and Resources, Indigenous Perspectives, Globalization, Aquatic Resources, Agriculture/Food Systems, Forestry and Energy Resources

Summer

Resource Systems electives, International experience*, language, general electives
Global Resources capstone course


FIVE YEAR GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES MAJOR PROGRAM MAP (CO-OP OPTION)

Term 1
Sep – Dec

Term 2
Jan – Apr

Summer
May – Aug

Year 1

Basic Sciences, English, Math, Introduction to Conservation, Soil Science, Economics, Sociology

Summer

Year 2

Conservation Foundations, Forest biology and Ecology, Introduction to Biometrics and Computer Applications, Introduction to Physical Geography

Co-op 1

Year 3,4 & 5

Geomatics, Conservation Biology and Biodiversity, Resources and Economics, Resources and Society, International Policy/Governance and Resources, Indigenous Perspectives, Globalization, Aquatic Resources, Agriculture/Food Systems, Forestry and Energy Resources

Co-op 2

Resource Systems electives, International Experience*, language, general electives

Co-op 3

Co-op 4

Co-op 5

Global Resources capstone course,

Resource Systems electives,  language, general electives

*International experience can include: study abroad, international internship, field school or volunteer experience. Students should obtain their international experience during their NRC degree prior to entering 4th year (or 5th year for the co-op option). International experiences obtained within 1 year prior to entering the NRC degree may be considered at the discretion of the program director. Experience must be gained outside of Canada, and for international students, it must also be in different country from which they most recently lived. Some exceptions may be granted at the discretion of the program director.

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