Resource and Environmental Management (REM)
Is Resource and Environmental Management for you?
- Will we have enough electricity if we all drive electric vehicles?
- Do you think it is important to have access to fish, food and water that comes from local sources?
- Do you want to make industries such as forestry, agriculture and fisheries more sustainable?
This degree prepares you for a wide range of careers in the government, industry, and non-profit sectors such as a business sustainability manager, compliance coordinator, parks manager, environmental manager or planner, restoration ecologist, or waste management program coordinator.
What is Resource and Environmental Management (REM)
A Bachelor of Environment in Resource and Environmental Management will have you exploring how we manage natural resources like energy, forestry and fisheries. You will learn how social and natural sciences, along with urban and rural planning, guide sustainable environmental management. You will gain an understanding of socio-cultural and Indigenous perspectives, earth processes, environmental impact assessments, analytics in decision-making, conflict resolution and policy, planning, and regulation.
There are many ways to tailor your degree to your interests, expand your learning and work experiences and to gain a competitive edge on your academic journey. From declaring a major upon application, completeing a joint or double major, adding a minor or certificate to participating in experiential learning activities (co-operative education, field schools, work placements).