2017 

 

 Course Dates

 Reading Weeks

Application Opens

Last Date to Apply/Add/Pay for Course

Last Day to Drop 

(5 p.m. EST)     

Winter 

January 16 – April 7

February 6 – 10

March 6 - 10

September 27

 January 6

January 30

Fall

September 11 – December 3

 

October 2 – 6

November 6 – 10

February 1

August 27

September 25 

 

Winter 2017

Program streams and related courses:

Environmental Management

CEM 400 - Fundamentals of Environmental Management 

CEM 444 - Global Environmental Issues 

 

Renewable Energy

CRE 400 - Principles of Renewable Energy

CRE 404 - Solar Energy  

 

Water Resource Management

WRM 401 - Water Auditing

CRE 400 -  Principles of Renewable Energy

GEM 400 - Introduction to GIS for Environmental Management  

   

GIS for Environmental Management

GEM 400 - Introduction to GIS for Environmental Management   

GEM 403 - Environmental Remote Sensing

 

Climate Change Policy and Practice 

CCP 401 - Sustainability Reporting     

CCP 402 - Greenhouse Gas Accounting and Reporting

            

Fall 2017

Program streams and related courses:

Environmental Management

CEM 441 - Urban Sustainability

CEM 402 - Strategies in Environmental Management

  

Renewable Energy

CRE 401 - Biofuels   

CRE 403 - Urban Energy Systems

  

Water Resource Management

GEM 400 -  Introduction to GIS for Environmental Management   

WRM 400 - Water Resource Management

WRM 402 - Urban Water Issues 

  

GIS for Environmental Management

GEM 400 - Introduction to GIS for Environmental Management   

GEM 401 Advanced GIS for Environmental Management  

GEM 405 - Advanced Remote Sensing Techniques for Environmental Applications  

 

Climate Change Policy and Practice

CCP 400 Climate Policy and Corporate Responses 

CCP 403 Greenhouse Gas Validation and Verification    

 

    

* Please note that courses are subject to change and may be postponed.   

  

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The School of the Environment recommends an undergraduate degree or diploma for admission. 

Enrolling in more than one course per session is not recommended if you have full time employment.   

  

 


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