Resource & Environmental Management Major

Resource and Environmental Management (REM) majors are interested in studying resource management, including fisheries, agriculture, forestry, mining, energy, cultural resources and tourism. In addition to the core BEnv courses, REM majors gain an understanding of historical and socio-cultural perspectives; indigenous/First Nations perspectives; biophysical perspectives; resource management; methodology; trade-offs in decision-making; communication and conflict resolution; and legislation, policy and regulation.

Student Advising

Undergraduate (REM Major and Minor) Program Advising Drop-in Hours:
Tuesdays: 2:00-4:00pm
Thursdays: 2:00-4:00pm
Or by appointment.