The School of Earth, Environment and Society is an internationally recognized centre of research and training.
It offers innovative hands-on lab experiments and field work to provide students with relevant experiences
Students learn about the earth’s history, environmental and contaminant geochemistry, hydrology and hydrogeology, ecology, environmental issues, urban planning, and geographic information science (GIS).
Biology students develop a range of skills that are easily transferred to a wide range of careers.
Graduates have pursued careers in the following areas:
- Climate Change
- Environmental Assessment
- Environmental Policy
- Environment and Health
- Geographic Information Science
- Mineral Exploration
- Petroleum Exploration
- Urban Planning
Areas of Research
Earth Surface Processes
Environment and Health
Level 2 Programs
Familiarize yourself with some of the Level 2 Programs offered by the School of Earth, Environment and Society.
Virtually tour the following state-of-the-art labs and facilities of the Department of Earth, Environment and Society.