Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Practice

Program at a Glance

Program Length

4-year degree or 2.5+ years (degree completion)




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Program Feature

75-hour practicum or major research paper

Program Description

Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Practice

Advance your environmental career or move into a new exciting career in the environmental professions. The environmental practice programs at Royal Roads University can help you develop the skills, knowledge, and connections you need to succeed.

The BA in Environmental Practice program (BAEP) is a third and fourth year, 60-credit degree-completion option delivered entirely online. You can take from one to three courses at a time enabling you to complete the program at your own pace.

This BAEP is a flexible program that allows you to personalize your learning experience based on your personal and professional interests. Study sustainable and interdisciplinary approaches to environmental policy, management, community development, and more, so you can implement and inspire effective change.

This program and the Bachelor of Science in Environmental Practice are developed in partnership with ECO Canada (Environmental Careers Organization of Canada). The Bachelor in Environmental Practice curriculum aligns with established environmental career paths and fulfills the academic requirements for Environmental Professional (EP) certification consistent with National Occupational Standards. Upon graduation, you will be eligible for certification as an Environmental Professional in-training (EPt). Learn more…

Upcoming Start Dates & Schedules

September 07, 2020

August 07, 2020
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January 11, 2021

October 11, 2020
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I have developed a true understanding of what real sustainability is, and how to achieve it.

Daniel Dietrich MSc in Environmental Practice, 2014