Course Registration

Course List

Course Code Course Name
ENVIRON805K Environmental Economics
PUBPOL871K Environmental Policy Analysis
PUBPOL870K Statistics and program evaluation
ENVIRON718K Environmental Science
ENVIRON803K Environmental policy processes
PUBPOL872K Environmental Economics and Policy Practicum
ENVIRON835K Environmental law, governance, and regulation
Course Code Course Name
ENVIRON759K Environmental GIS
ENVIRON602K Natural Resources and Protected Areas Management
ENVIRON600K Key topics in international environmental policy
PUBPOL631K Research methods I
PUBPOL632K Research methods II
ENVIRON736K Planetary health and environmental epidemiology
ENVIRON806K Environmental economics II
ENVIRON581K Global environmental health challenges
ENVIRON640K/PUBPOL585K Climate change economics and policy
ENVIRON601K Building an NGO toolkit: from design to monitoring
ENVIRON716K Quantitative Modeling for Energy Systems Analysis
ENVIRON781K Narrating Nature: Documentaries for environmental studies

ENVIRON593K Independent Study

The independent study enables a student to pursue course credit for a research or other academic topic of interest under the supervision of a faculty member. The independent study provides opportunities for individual non-research directed study in a field of special interest on a previously approved topic taken under the supervision of a faculty member and resulting in an academic product. It also provides opportunities for individual research in a field of special interest under the supervision of a faculty member, the central goal of which is a substantive paper or written report containing significant analysis and interpretation of a previously approved topic. If you are interested in this option, please talk with the iMEP program coordinator.
Course Code Course Name
PUBPOL879K Masters Project I
PUBPOL898K/ENVIRON898K Masters Project II

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Academic Standing

To remain in good academic standing in the program, one must maintain at least a 3.0 cumulative grade point average (GPA), and also demonstrate satisfactory progress in research and related activities beyond coursework. Cumulative GPA means the GPA over all courses that count towards graduation requirements taken throughout your program to date. Courses that do not count towards graduation requirements will not be considered.

A failure to maintain good academic standing, for whatever reason, normally results in academic probation for the following semester and withdrawal of the scholarship during this probationary period. During this probationary period, students are required to maintain a full course load and are expected to make satisfactory progress toward restoring their cumulative GPA to at least 3.0. If a student has returned to good academic standing by the end of the probationary period, they may once again be eligible for scholarship. If a student has not returned to good academic standing by the end of the probation period, he or she may be dismissed from the university without receiving a degree.

During the probationary period, students are strictly prohibited from underloading course credits or withdrawing from a course prior to the end of the semester. Doing so without the expressed approval of the DGS will be considered a violation of the terms of the academic probation and may result in the student being dismissed from the university without receiving a degree.

Honor Code and Student Handbook

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