REM Minor - Calendar Program Description

Below is a list of courses that might be of interest to a student wishing to pursue a REM minor. Note that this is only a recommendation and that there are many other possible courses that could be used.

Lower Division Courses

Code Credits Name Requires Reason WQB
GEOG 111 3 Earth Systems   Pre-Req for many Upper Division courses B-SCI
GEOG 215 3 Biogeography GEOG 111 Pre-Req for many Upper Division courses
REM 100 3 Global Change   Pre-Req for many Upper Division courses B-SOC
REM 200 3 Introduction to Resource and Environmental Management in Canada REM 100 Required B-SOC, B-SCI

Upper Division Courses

Code Credits Name Requires Reason WQB
REM 311 3 Applied Ecology and Sustainable Environments REM 100, (BISC 204 or GEOG 215), STAT 201 Recommended Q
REM 412 3 Environmental Modelling REM 100, (BISC 204 or GEOG 215), STAT 270, 60 units Recommended Q
REM 445 3 Environmental Risk Assessment MATH 151, STAT 201 Recommended  
Total: 9        
Required: 15        

Synergy

The understanding and conservation of our natural resources and environment requires extensive study. Statistics can help make sense of the breadth and quantity of data available on this topic, so that conclusions can be drawn and policies can be made.

Possible Careers (Please consult other resources e.g. Career Services)

  • REM Consultant
  • Policy Analyst
  • Environmental Quality Analyst