Programs in Environment

The Environment Programs at UTM are interdisciplinary, building upon a core of ENV courses and utilizing courses and expertise from a wide range of disciplines in Science, Social Science, and Humanities. The programs are administered by the U of T Mississauga Geography Department, which advises students and coordinates participating departments, faculty, and programs.
 
The curriculum stresses the integrative nature of the study of the environment. Students will develop the foundational knowledge and problem-solving skills required to succeed in some of the most dynamic areas of today's job market in the Environment sector and beyond. Environment Program faculty members encourage students to become involved in basic inquiry and critical thinking, cross-disciplinary collaboration, independent and experiential learning, and the application of concepts to real-life problems.
 
Two core program streams are offered:

Many extra-curricular and co-curricular opportunities are also available for students in the Environment Programs. These include participation in the Student Association for Geography and Environment (SAGE); UTM Green Team volunteer and job opportunities; and the co-curricular program for Professional Advancement for Geography and Environment Students (PAGES).