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MSc in Ecological Restoration Information Session

July 24 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm PDT

Come join the graduates from our M.Sc. in Ecological Restoration at BCIT helping to restore the natural world.

With ecological restoration becoming a priority across Canada, and internationally, the time is right to get this advanced training in ecological restoration. For example, the European Union just announced Monday, June 16th, 2024 that it passed a major and long-awaited plan to better protect nature in the 27-nation bloc. The new law aims to restore EU ecosystems, species and habitats. Members will have to meet restoration targets for specific habitats and species, to cover at least 20% of the region’s land and sea areas by 2030.

The BCIT MSc in Ecological Restoration offers a unique, interdisciplinary curriculum that provides you with the science-based knowledge and practical skills necessary to deliver effective restoration programs while leading respectful engagement with right-holder communities.
With very few professionals trained in this new discipline, employment statistics for graduates are excellent. Our graduates have a greater than 90% employment rate for full-time work in ecological restoration and related fields.

Join us online via Teams on July 24th from 6 to 8:00 p.m. Learn more about the program and get your questions answered by the MSc faculty. For more information, visit the program page or contact Giti Abouhamzeh at Register below, and a few days prior to the session, you will receive an email with a Teams link to connect to the online session.

We look forward to seeing you online!




Register for MSc in Ecological Restoration Information Session

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