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Combined BSc in Environmental and Conservation Sciences/Bachelor of Arts in Native Studies Human Dimensions in Environmental Management
University of Albertawww.ualberta.ca
With over 100 years of history, the University of Alberta (U of A) is one of the top research-intensive universities in Canada. Serving more than 37,000 students, the U of A is also one of the largest universities in Canada. Sixteen faculties offer over 60 undergraduate degrees, 200 majors and specializations and approximately 5,000 individual courses.
The U of A not only provides a variety of program options but also a variety of campuses for students to study at. The main campus in Edmonton, which covers about 50 city blocks with more than 90 buildings on the edge of the North Saskatchewan River Valley, houses the majority of U of A programs. For students interested in pursuing their studies in French, the U of A's Campus Saint-Jean in east central Edmonton offers degree programs in arts, commerce, education and science. The Augustana Campus located in Camrose, about 45 minutes southeast of Edmonton, is a small campus specializing in liberal arts and science programs. Students can also choose to study for up to one year of their program at the U of A campus in Cortona, Italy, where classes are offered in a variety of liberal arts subjects.
The U of A offers a rich and varied student life through more than 400 clubs and groups and a residence program for over 4,000 students. Other highlights of the university include over $25 million in undergraduate scholarships and the second largest research library system in the country. Prospective students can arrange a campus visit, including a meeting with an advisor and a guided tour.
Office of the Registrar
201 Administration Building
Edmonton, Alberta, T6G2M7, Canada
Program Type Bachelor's
Credential Type Degree
Length 5 Years
- Part Time Only
- Cooperative Education
- Continuing Education
- Distance Learning
For the 5 Year B.A. (Native Studies)/BSc in Environmental Sciences applicants must present English Language Arts 30-1, Chemistry 30, Biology 30, Mathematics 30-1, and one other approved grade 12 course (Social Studies 30-1 recommend). For BA: Standard admission with English Language Arts 30-1 (grade of at least 60%), and four other approved Grade 12 subjects (Social 30-1 recommended). B.A. (Native Studies) applicants who wish to present a Native language to fulfill the 30-level Language other than English (or equivalent) requirement should contact the School of Native Studies. Mathematics 30-1 is a prerequisite to many university courses and is strongly recommended for B.A. (Native Studies) students. For BA (Honors): Entrance ordinarily takes place at the end of the first year of University study.
This program is eligible for full-time post-secondary assistance by Alberta Student Aid for the funding year 2023/08/01 to 2024/07/31*.
Tuition $6,874.80 Year One
Mandatory Fees $1,879.45 Year One
Books/Supplies/Instruments $1,400.00 Year One
* Tuition, books, supplies, instruments, and other/mandatory fees are provided to Alberta Student Aid and may be used when processing full-time post-secondary funding applications. The educational costs provided are based on a 100% full-course load and may not reflect current or all educational costs charged by the school. Contact the school to obtain accurate educational cost information.
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Updated June 26, 2013. The information contained in this profile is current as of the date shown.
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