Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Practice

Program at a Glance

Program Length

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

Delivery

Online

Tuition

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Program Feature

75-hour practicum or major research paper

Program Description

Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Practice

If you’re interested in making a sustainable difference, the environmental practice programs at Royal Roads University can help you develop the skills, knowledge, connections and career flexibility you need to succeed.

Developed in partnership with ECO Canada (Environmental Careers Organization of Canada), the BA in Environmental Practice (BAEP) curriculum aligns with established environmental career paths and fulfills the academic requirements for Environmental Professional (EP) certification consistent with National Occupational Standards. The BAEP program is offered as a 4-year undergraduate degree for students typically entering from high school (or equivalent), as well as a 60-credit degree-completion option delivered entirely online. Upon graduation, you will be eligible for certification as an Environmental Professional in-training (EPt).

We offer both a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in Environmental Practice as each program maintains a distinct career emphasis, and therefore built-in degree focus tailored to your specific interests. The Bachelor of Arts pathway takes a sustainable and interdisciplinary approach to environmental policy, management, community development and more, so you can implement and inspire effective change. Learn more…

Upcoming Start Dates & Schedules

May 11, 2020

April 11, 2020
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September 07, 2020

June 08, 2020
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I felt the need to learn more in order to push myself forward.

Andrew Young MA in Environmental Education and Communication, 2010