Renewable Resources Management
- Two-year diploma
- Two-year cohort model with August intakes in 2017 and 2019
- Graduates can transfer diploma credits to qualify to enter years three and four of the Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Northern Environmental and Conservation Sciences (ENCS)
Sustainability. It’s a buzzword for our generation. In the Renewable Resources Management program, we see sustainability as thoughtful management, and ask students to explore how stewardship of the living and non-living resources of the planet benefit current and future generations.
The program allows you to take part in a wide range of experiences, from computers and lab work to field courses and working with practicing managers from the community.
The program develops technical skills, builds contextual knowledge, and encourages interdisciplinary approaches through courses including Natural History of the North, Maps and Remote Sensing, and Land and Wildlife Management.