|Faculty:||School of Applied Sciences and Technology
|Description:||Environmental Monitoring & Assessment students investigate the impact of human activities on air, water, soil and vegetation, and gain a solid foundation in environmental sampling, assessment and laboratory skills. Students learn how to monitor and assess environmental quality, apply principles of quality assurance/quality control, manage waste, and reclaim and remediate land. Graduates may conduct environmental site assessments, collect samples from surface and ground water, air, soil and waste, or analyze samples for pollutants in an environmental lab. They work with industry, consultants or government on land and water remediation and reclamation, and investigate environmental issues for various research groups.
|Cost per year:*||
Cost per credit is $193 (for Domestic students) and $747 (for International students). Tuition cap per semester is $1,940 (Domestic) and $8,051 (International). Additional fees apply.