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The world, our environment
Rediscover the way we represent the world and learn to develop innovative technologies to benefit society and the environment. In this science-based, three-year program, you'll gain academic expertise combined with hands-on laboratory and field skills to prepare you for employment or to pursue further education. Environmental technologists work within assessment teams, collecting, collating and presenting information that will help decision-makers understand how their decisions will affect the Earth and its inhabitants.
As a certified environmental technologist, you will be qualified for entry-level employment with private- and public-sector employers. Co-op students and graduates have gone on to careers in workplaces that include:
- Institute of Ocean Sciences
- Federal and provincial ministries and departments (Forests, Fisheries, Parks and Water Management, Department of National Defence)
- Aboriginal organizations
- BC Hydro
- BC Ferries
- Private consulting firms
- Various municipalities and regional districts