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The Masters (MASc) and Doctoral (PhD) Environmental Applied Science and Management programs provide a wide range of educational and research opportunities. The curriculum in each reflects the view that professional success in the field of environmental science and management requires individuals to build on their existing skills and knowledge to develop a broad-based interdisciplinary perspective. Students are supported by more than 100 faculty members and external associates from the full range of environmental disciplines including science, the social sciences, engineering, business, architecture, planning and public health.

Explore a Full Range of Environmental Disciplines

With more than 100 faculty members and industry associates, the MASc and PhD programs offer outstanding educational and research opportunities to explore the full range of environmental disciplines including science, engineering, business, architecture, planning, public health and the social sciences.

Learn more about the program in the program brochure [PDF].



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Amber Grant is a PhD Candidate in the Environmental Applied Science and Management program at Ryerson University. Her research responds to growing evidence and concern that the social and environmental benefits of urban trees are inequitably distributed across society and space. In particular, her research explores whether and how environmental justice goals are being defined, pursued, and implemented in urban forest management plans and community tree-planting practice in both Canada in the United States.
Keywords: urban forest management, environmental justice, sustainability, equity, city trees, community tree-planting

Julie Robertson is a PhD Candidate in the Environmental Applied Science and Management program at Ryerson University. Her research focuses on the impact of Covid-19 in Nunavut. It is a case study in Arviat as the community accounts for 88% of all Covid cases in the territory to date.
Keywords: Covid-19 , food insecurity, Inuit, Canadian Arctic

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Ferris Zahlan, MASc Student
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