Environmental Applied Science and Management (MASc, PhD)
- Completion of an honours bachelor’s degree in an environment-related discipline
- Minimum GPA or equivalent of 3.00/4.33 (B) in the last two years of study
- Two academic letters of recommendation (part-time applicants may substitute one professional recommendation)
- Completion of a master’s degree in an environment-related discipline
- Minimum grade point average (GPA) or equivalent of 3.33/4.33 (B+)
- Three academic letters of recommendation
Applicants may be required to provide certification of English language proficiency. For more information, review the Yeates School of Graduate Studies admission requirements.
More information on how to apply.
Students are encouraged to submit applications prior to the first consideration date to increase their chances of securing financial support for their graduate studies. Applications received after the first consideration date will be accepted and reviewed based on spaces remaining in the program.
See application dates.
- Assessment of Solar Energy Policy
- Automating GIS Input for Distributed Urban Drainage Modelling
- Best Practices For Mine Site Reclamation
- Communication Networks in Rooftop Urban Agriculture
- Community Stakeholders and the Sagarmatha National Park Forestry Project, Nepal
- Corporate Responsibility in the Commercial Real Estate and Construction
- Enhanced Biofuel Production Using Renewable and Sustainable Feedstock
- Environmental Management in the Film and Television Production Industry
- Ethanol Production from Cellulose Using C. thermocellum and T. saccharolyticum
- Feasibility of a Site-Specific Predictive Model for Beach Water Quality
- Green Resins From Renewable Resources
- Hydraulic Fracturing Policy
- Knowledge Management Practices for Sustainable Development
- Marine Protected Areas and the Nassau Grouper in Belize
- Multinational Agrochemical Corporations’ Environmental Disclosure Practices in India
- Policy Analysis of Wind Farm Developments
- Shoreline Changes In Tuktoyaktuk and the Mackenzie Delta
- Soil Amendments to Improve Tree Growth
- Strategic Environmental Assessment and the Energy Sector
Graduate Studies Admissions Office
11th Floor, 1 Dundas Street West
For information specific to programs, please see the program contact information below.
Dr. Andrew Laursen
Graduate Program Director
PhD, University of Notre Dame
Research areas: the study of natural ecosystem functions and how they respond to disturbances; biogeochemistry in aquatic ecosystems; nitrogen cycling processes in rivers; microbial reduction of nitrate to nitrogen gas; the study of other biogenic gases in rivers, such as nitrous oxide and methane
Telephone: 416-979-5000 ext. 3389
Graduate Program Administrator
Telephone: 416-979-5000 ext. 7777
“The EnSciMan program lets students pursue their environmental interests while also teaching how they can make a change in their field. The downtown Toronto campus provides great resources and opportunities where students will develop important connections for their future.”