Undergraduate programs in Environmental Science (BSc Major and Minor) and Environmental Studies (BA Major and Minor) prepare our students to think critically and act effectively in moving society towards lasting change.
The School offers two major Collaborative Specializations of study for graduate students: The Environmental Studies Collaborative Specialization and The Environment & Health Collaborative Specialization.
Representing a broad range of disciplines, our faculty and lecturers are a diverse community of researchers and educators collaborating across departments, schools, and faculties at the University of Toronto and beyond.
- Graduate student Jennifer C. Langill and Prof. Christian Abizaid recently published “What is a bad flood? Local perspectives of extreme floods in the Peruvian Amazon” in the August issue of “Ambio”.
- Professor Scott Prudham on “The social metabolism of Karl Polanyi’s fictitious nature” in the recent publication of “Market/Place”.
- ENV337 World Water Day projects demonstrate student resilience
A degree from the School of the Environment provided our grads with the foundation on which they built fascinating and meaningful careers. While their paths are varied, their commitment to sustainability, social justice, and positive change brings them together. Read their stories and find out where the School can take you.