The Environmental Geoscience program provides a balance of theoretical and applied course work designed to challenge students to think critically, analyze problems, and seek resolutions; strengthen communication skills; and deliver a range of other employable skills. Students will enhance their theoretical learning with applied skills in scientific communication, environmental analysis, and biogeography.Moreover students have the opportunity to take a wide variety of field school courses within the program that provide a range of experiences and training in a field environment.
The program aligns with CMTN’s institutional priorities, including the college’s Strategic Plan and the three core values of CMTN: Adventurous, Transformative and Integrity.
Coast Mountain College (previously known as Northwest Community College) is a publicly funded, government accredited, public post-secondary educational institution. Founded in 1975, the College serves 11 communities in the spectacularly beautiful Northwestern region of British Columbia, Canada. It is a student-centred college offering a full range of academic degree, diploma, and certificate programmes in Arts, Business, Health, and Science for international students—all of which provide excellent exposure to Canadian life and culture.
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In as little as two years, students can complete an associate degree in Arts or Science. For those who wish to continue their studies, all associate degree courses are equivalent to university courses and can be transferred to other post-secondary institutions.
Business Administration one-year certificate and two-year diploma programmes offer well-rounded business education and a solid background for a wide range of professional career choices and further educational opportunities.
The Applied Coastal Ecology programme delivers the applied biological & ecological skills needed to work in coastal ecosystems.
With many options of programmes, Coast Mountain College provides quality learning experiences that help prepare students for a successful future.