Québec, Canada
Posted: 10 months ago


£758 per semester

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Resolving environmental issues requires a dialogue between pure and applied sciences, the social sciences, and the humanities. The degradation of the biological and biophysical environment has roots in the structure of human societies while solutions to environmental problems have an impact on human livelihoods.The Environment option is currently available with the following graduate programs:Entomology (under Natural Resource Sciences). Master of Science (M.Sc.) Entomology (Thesis): Environment (46 credits) (Agricultural & Environmental Sciences > Graduate > Browse Academic Units & Programs > Natural Resource Sciences)

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