Environmental Sustainability Practicum ENV331H5

A group of students wearing gloves and examining what looks like recycling. Course Overview:

This course provides Environment students with practical collaborative work experience. Students will work with the campus Sustainability Coordinator and participating faculty to develop skills in communication, interdisciplinary teamwork, problem identification and reporting while working on an environmental project on campus or in the local community. This course is strongly recommended for Specialist students in any of the Environment Programs. This course emphasizes active learning and the development of practical professional skills. In particular it is expected that students in this course will develop skills in communication, interdisciplinary teamwork, problem identification and reporting. In the context of environmental projects, students will acquire knowledge concerning professional conduct when dealing with stakeholders, colleagues and clients, project time management and creative application of knowledge. This course serves as excellent preparation for internships field courses. It also serves as excellent preparation for professional careers in ecosystem management.

Prerequisites: Second-year standing in any of the ENV Specialist Programs or permission of the instructor. 
 

For more information, please contact:

Monika Havelka,

(905) 828-5366, monika.havelka@utoronto.ca.