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Indigenous Enviro Stewardship and Reclamation
Yellowhead Tribal College Edmontonhttps://ytced.ab.ca/
The Indigenous Environmental Stewardship and Reclamation programs (IESR) prepares students for the demanding and evolving field of environmental safeguarding, reclamation, and restoration. This program will provide students with a background in theory and practice, including laboratory work and field experiences. Learning from academics, Elders, industry, and community experts, students will learn how environmental science and Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) are vital in balancing traditional values and the needs of the industry and communities in the continued development of resources.
Graduates of the programs will possess the necessary skills to meet the growing demand for environmental practitioners in such fields as resource development and management, environmental protection, environmental assessment, water management, waste management, environmental research, and environmental education. As Alberta's resource-based economy continues to change, the need for environmental stewards will grow, especially within First Nations communities.
Program Type Occupational
Credential Type Diploma
Length 2 Years
This program can be completed in 2 years, over 6 semesters.
- Part Time Only
- Cooperative Education
- Continuing Education
- Distance Learning
1. All applicants must complete a competency test in Math and English.
2. Applicants are required to have an Alberta High School Diploma or equivalent, including English 20-1 or English 20-2, and Pure Mathematics 30, or equivalence to these courses, with grades of 60% or better, for admission to the program. University and college course credits are accepted as equivalent to a high school diploma.
3. Applicants may also enter through Mature Student Status defined as follows:
- Minimum age of twenty-one
- Successful completion of a Skills Appraisal Test in Math and English.
4. Applicants may also enter with special permission from the Department Head, but will be required to take nine credits or preparation courses in mathematics, communication, and science.
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Updated February 16, 2021. The information contained in this profile is current as of the date shown.
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