students experiential learning

We live in unprecedented times requiring innovative and integrative approaches of science, social science, humanities, and technology, and diverse perspectives from communities, government, and industry. Our programs prepare you to understand the world, solve problems, contribute to and positively impact their professions, and to change systems for the better, through multi-disciplinary approaches, diverse classrooms, lab, field, and community-focused, hands-on experiential learning. 

Earn your Bachelor of Arts in Environmental and Sustainability Studies, Geography, Nature-based Tourism Management and Public Administration and Community Development. Or choose a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science, Biology, Conservation Science and Practice, Geography, Forest Ecology and Management, and Wildlife and Fisheries. Or attain your Bachelor of Planning in First Nations Planning, Natural Resources Planning, and Northern Rural and Community Planning.

If you are a new to UNBC student, we encourage you to explore all the amazing Orientation events available to you. If you are a returning UNBC student, we encourage you to explore and attend the Weeks of Welcome events.