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Further your education and expand your professional portfolio within the environmental industry with specialized studies that offer official recognition from the University of Alberta.
Sustainable land use relies on efficient and relevant reclamation through application of scientifically supported procedures. This series includes courses focused on soil and vegetative principles, land use guidelines and related regulations, soil classification, testing, and evaluation, as well as restoration and rehabilitation methods. Environmental professionals will be provided with a variety of tools, techniques, and enhanced knowledge to successfully handle land reclamation projects.
These courses offer hands-on applications with real-world situations and responsive education. Students will enhance their professional skill-set and knowledge based on current research, regulations, and applications.
All courses in this series count for credit toward the Environmental Resource Management certificate program.
The courses in this series are recognized within the ERM Certificate and by the Alberta Institute of Agrologists as senior level agrology courses related to entrance into the profession and to augment core knowledge requirements related to a practice area in AIA.
Program Type Professional Development
Credential Type Non-Credential *
Length 1 Year or Less 5 Courses Offered; 4 Required
- Part Time Only
- Cooperative Education
- Continuing Education Only
- Distance Learning
* Notice of Completion
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Updated June 04, 2018. The information contained in this profile is current as of the date shown.
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