"The purpose of this paper is to highlight background information on the opportunities and challenges associated with Aboriginal... [more]
Combine your love for the environment with your love for technology in the Environmental Technology program. As an environmental technologist, you evaluate air, water, ground water and soil quality through sampling, monitoring, analysis, data collection and report writing within the environmental field. In the second year, you specialize in courses that develop the knowledge and skills necessary to operate laboratory, field and monitoring equipment and to apply scientific techniques in the assessment of land, water and air quality. The program includes one practical field placement of four weeks in the last term of studies to provide an opportunity to relate your studies to an environmental setting.