Participate in the global discussion about the issues affecting all organisms and the environments where we co-exist.
Develop a mutual co-relationship with the organisms and ecosystems in beautiful Northern Ontario and around the globe.
Study the interactions between the living and non-living organisms within our environment at all levels, including organism, population, community, ecosystem, and global systems.
Understand how all of these interactions work, and apply your knowledge to the issues affecting our world today, such as, environmental and energy conservation, resource allocation, and eco-friendliness.
Study how each species needs the other for peaceful coexistence, how to prevent extinction and endangerment of species, conserve energy resources, and equitably share limited natural resources.
Ecological research, conservation, environmental consultation and park and wildlife management in universities, in the private sector and in government agencies.
The Ecology program at Laurentian University provides an array of interesting courses in French and English. Many of these courses include field research opportunities in the bountiful nature which surrounds the main campus. The experience in field monitoring practices and ecological knowledge prepared me to work for private surveys and governmental agencies. However, I believe that the most valuable aspect of my experience here has been exploring the Laurentian campus trails with the knowledge I gained in class