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Integrated Environmental Planning Technology Diploma


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Intake
  • Fall

Study Options
  • Co-Op
  • Location
    Castlegar Campus
  • Campuses
    Castlegar

    Resources

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    City of Castlegar
  • Length
    Two Years
  • Tuition Levels (approx)
    $4535 Year 1
  • Book & Supply Cost Estimates
    $1871 Year 1
  • Credentials
    • Diploma
    • University Block Transfer
    • University Course Transfer

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Application Deadline Advice

Applications may be submitted up to 12 months before the program start date. Qualified applicants are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Early application is recommended.

Application Fee: $37

Academic (minimum grade needed in bracket)

1. One of:

  • High school graduation (or equivalent)
  • mature student status

2. English

One of:

  • English 12 (C+)
  • equivalent course

3. Math

One of:

  • Principles of Math 11 (C+)
  • Foundations of Math 11 (C+)
  • equivalent course

4. Biology

  • Biology 11 (C+)
  • Biology 12 (C+)
  • equivalent course

Non-Academic

  • good health and reasonably good physical condition
  • demonstrated interest in, and aptitude for, outdoor work is essential since much of the work is done in the field, often in difficult weather and topographic conditions
  • entry level experience with MS Word, MS Excel and the Internet is strongly recommended

Admission Advice

In individual cases, related work experience can be considered in the application process at the discretion of the School Chair.

English Language Requirements

Summary

If English is not your first language, you must provide one of the following (minimum scores):

  • Completion of English 12 or equivalent
  • A C+ grade in advanced core courses in the Selkirk College English Language Program and Provincial Level English 51
  • A TOEFL score of 213 (computer) or 80 (internet)
  • A EIKEN grade of pre-1
  • An IELTS score of 6.0
  • A Language Proficiency Index of 4

Verify with the institution directly

General Admission Requirements (All Students)

You must meet the general admission requirements of the college as well as the specific admission requirements of your intended program.

Special Note: The admission requirements for all Selkirk College programs are detailed separately in Education Planner.

BC Secondary School (or equivalent)

If you have graduated from a BC Secondary School (or equivalent) you are eligible for general admission to Selkirk. You must also meet any admission requirements of your intended program.

Special Note: The admission requirements for all Selkirk College programs are detailed separately in Education Planner.

Out-of-Province

If you have graduated from Secondary School (or equivalent) you are eligible for general admission to Selkirk. You must also meet any admission requirements of your intended program.

Special Note: The admission requirements for all Selkirk College programs are detailed separately in Education Planner.

BC Transfer Student

For Transfer Credit details check here.

Out-of-Province Transfer Student

For Transfer Credit details check here.

Mature Student

If you are at least 19 years old at the time of registration you are eligible for general admission to Selkirk. You must also meet any admission requirements of your intended program.

Special Note: The admission requirements for all Selkirk College programs are detailed separately in Education Planner.

 

 

International Student

For details on International Student Admission check here.

Other Student (including Special Consideration)

Applicants who do not qualify for admission to Selkirk in any of the other admission categories may still qualify for general admission in one of the following two ways:

  • if you are under 19 years old but who have the written recommendation of their secondary school principal; or
  • if you are considered by the Admissions and Standards Committee to be capable of succeeding in college courses based on their particular circumstances.

You must also meet the specific admission requirements of your intended program.

Special Note: The program admission requirements for all Selkirk College programs are detailed separately in Education Planner.

How to Apply

For details on How to Apply check here.

Inter-Institutional Block Arrangements

Graduates of the Integrated Environmental Planning Technology Diploma are eligible for the following block transfer:

  • up to 30 credits within the Bachelor of Arts Degree - TRU-OL
  • up to 30 credits within the BA in Environmental Studies Degree - UNBC
  • up to 30 credits within the BSc in Environmental Science Degree - UNBC
  • up to 30 credits within the BSc in Environmental Planning Degree - UNBC
  • up to 60 credits within the Bachelor of General Studies Degree - TRU-OL
  • up to 60 credits within the BSc Degree - Royal Roads

In addition, Thompson Rivers University (formerly UCC) accepts credit towards related degree programs.

Final Notes: Minimum grade point average and other requirements may apply. All transfer requirements should be confirmed with advising personnel at the intended institution.

Students may also wish to refer to the BC Council on Admissions & Transfer's BC Transfer Guide. This website offers details about transfer arrangements between post-secondary institutions in BC. This information includes course-to-course transfer opportunities.

 

 

Block Transfer out of province

The University of Alberta, University of Lethbridge, Cape Breton University (Sydney, Nova Scotia), and Seneca College (Toronto, Ontario) recognize the diploma and accept credits towards degree programs in Environmental Science or Management.

Training in a program like this one can lead to different careers. Related occupations are presented to show potential career options, not definite outcomes.

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