8.10.1 Course Requirements for Honours in Environmental Science (B.Sc.)

  1. Students must meet the General Regulations for Grenfell Campus Bachelor of Science degree.

  2. Students must complete 81 or 87 credit hours as follows:

    1. the Environmental Science Core requirements as outlined under Bachelor of Science with Major in Environmental Science.

    2. the course requirements of a specific stream as outlined under Bachelor of Science with Major in Environmental Science.

  3. Students must complete 3 additional credit hours in courses at the 4000 level. These credit hours normally will be drawn from: Environmental Science 4069, 4131, 4133, 4369, 4479 and Environment and Sustainability 4201

    Students, in close consultation with a faculty advisor and the agreement of the Chair of the Program, may select fourth-year honours requirement courses in place of those required above, so long as such selections are consistent with the Major to which they are added. Such honours selections will be subject to approval by the School of Science and the Environment Committee on Student Academic Affairs.

  4. Honours graduates of the Environmental Science Program will have also successfully completed a two-semester research project consisting of a research proposal and literature review course (Environmental Science 4951) and a research project course (Environmental Science 4959).

  5. In order to be considered for graduation with an Honours degree, the candidate must satisfy the regulations regarding Academic Standing as specified under Honours Degrees.

    Courses used to calculate the academic standing as outlined under Honours Degrees include all required Environmental Science and Chemistry courses for the Chemistry stream students and all required Environmental Science and Biology courses for the Biology stream students, excluding, in both cases, 1000 level courses.

    More specifically, courses normally used for calculations would be:

Biology stream:

Chemistry stream:

8.10.2 Honours Dissertation for Honours in Environmental Science (B.Sc.)

The honours project sequence (Environmental Science 4951 and 4959) involves the production of an honours dissertation. This dissertation will be evaluated by a three member committee that includes the dissertation supervisor(s) and that is approved by the Environmental Science faculty unit.

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