Program Length: 70 weeks (two years)

Location: Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan

Admissions Req: 
• Grade 12 with a combined minimum 65% average in English Language Arts A30 and English Language Arts B30 (combined), and a minimum of 60% in Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 30 or 60% in Foundations of Math 30 or 60% in Pre-Calculus 30*
• A clear Criminal Record Check
English Language Requirement

Highlight: Interested in helping the environment while also learning about environmental law? Saskatchewan Polytechnic school offers a resource and environmental law program. This program allows its participants to learn about Indigenous resource rights, Canadian criminal justice system, control tactics, courtroom procedures, environmental and field investigations, environmental law and compliance, environmental sampling, investigative techniques, park service enforcement, and wildlife and fisheries management. The program is located in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan and the program length is 70 weeks or two years. The program includes hands-on learning within its own outdoor camp. You will gain experience with lab exercises, simulated field investigations, and a variety of other skills related to understanding environmental law. You can also turn your environmental law diploma into a degree by transferring into the third year of the Bachelor of Arts Resource and Environmental Studies (BARES) program at the University of Regina/First Nations University of Canada or the Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (major in Renewable Resource Management) at the University of Saskatchewan. So what are you waiting for? Apply to Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s Resource and Environmental Law Program today.

Year 1 – $9,365; Year 2 – $9,805
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