Bachelor of Arts and Science in Environment (BASE) in Cape Breton University

Last Updated on April 13, 2021 by West Highlander

Cape Breton University

Campus: Nova Scotia

Duration:  4 Years

Intake: September

*Fee: CAD$8,476.00 (4, 36,419) per year

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This is an Interdisciplinary UG Degree in which one addresses the environmental, communal and sustainability related problems from the angel of ecological, social, material, political and cultural aspects. This is for the students who are concerned for the environment and want to work in direction of providing sustainable future the generations ahead of us.

Career Outcomes:

  • Policy and Government
  • Education
  • Environmental Assessment
  • Resource Management
  • Communication Fields
  • Community Development
  • Work for organizations like:
  • Environmental Consulting Firms (research or communications)
  • Parks Canada
  • Museums or Conservation Areas
  • NGO and International Development Organizations
  • Educational Institutions
    Eligibility Requirement:


    The students who’ve completed their high secondary education are eligible to pursue Bachelor of Arts and Science in Environment in Cape Breton University.

    English Proficiency Score

    1. IELTS: Overall Band Score 6.5 not less than 6.0
    2. TOEFL:

    Paper-Based Test: 550

    Computer-Based Test: 213

    Internet-Based Test: 80
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