Wildlife and rangeland resources management bachelor of science in environmental and conservation sciences in University of alberta
This program gives you the knowledge and skills to manage soils, plants, and animals on public and private lands. You ll study land-use principles such as grazing, intensive agriculture, forestry, and recreational activities, as well as ways to improve productivity and sustainability within an ecosystem management framework.
Official copy of high school certificate/diploma, transcripts of grades. English Language Proficiency: TOEFL iBT: 90 OR IELTS (Academic): 6.5 OR CAEL (paper) / CAEL CE (computer): 70 OR CanTEST: 4.5 OR CAE: 180 OR CPE: 180 OR MELAB: 85 OR PTE (Academic): 59. Spoken English Proficiency: TOEFL: 26 OR IELTS (Academic); 7.5 OR SPEAK Test: 50 OR Six full-time years of education in English in Canada or the equivalent in another country where English is the principal language (excluding ESL): If secondary education is the highest level completed or if combination of secondary and post-secondary education is used; Alberta Grade 12 (or equivalent).
Agrologist, Conservation Biologist, Environmental / Aboriginal Relations Advisor, Environmental Consultant, Environmental Impact Assessor, Environmental Scientist, Land Reclamation Specialist, Land Use Advisor, Land Use Planner, Parks and Protected Areas Manager, Soil Scientist, Sustainability Coordinator, Wildlife / Conservation Biologist, Wildlife Biologist.