The Environmental Geoscience program provides a balance of theoretical and applied course work designed to challenge students to think critically, analyze problems, and seek resolutions; strengthen communication skills; and deliver a range of other employable skills. Environmental Geoscience students will enhance their theoretical learning with applied skills in scientific communication, environmental analysis, and biogeography. In addition, students have the opportunity to take a wide variety of field school courses within the program that provide a range of experiences and training in a field environment.
-High School/Secondary Education Diploma
-High School/Secondary Education Transcript/Marksheets
-English Language Proficiency
-English 12 equivalences;
-TOEFL: Overall score 80.
-ILAC : Minimum overall score ILAC PW Level 3.1
-Duolingo: Overall score 95.
-IELTS: Overall score 6.0 (no band less than 5.5)