COVID-19: Это программа с началом занятий онлайн и последующим переходом к учебе в кампусе. Узнать больше.

Что я буду изучать?

The purpose of this program is to provide students with a basic structure for decisions about sustainability and crafting sustainable livelihoods and lifestyles. Implemented in the Faculty of Arts, a Certificate in Sustainability is open to students enrolled in all faculties, including the professional faculties. Students would need to choose one course from each of the six course categories outlined below with no more than three courses being chosen from any given discipline (to ensure exposure to a range of disciplines and methods).

1. The Sustainability Problem: Courses in this area provide students with a general introduction to the idea of sustainability/sustainable development (and related concepts) that have emerged in relation to a common problem facing humanity, namely, that current human activities have eroded the natural resources upon which these very human activities depend if they are to continue into the future. Students gain a general appreciation of the normative goals sustainability seeks to fulfill and its recognition of empirical constraints, particularly those of natural systems, that limit or restrict the ways in which these goals might be fulfilled.

2. Dimensions of Human Sustainability: Courses in this area explore important elements of human well-being and quality of life and the implications for life within a global community of each person being able to live a decent, dignified life. Implied social constraints and responsibilities found in different theories of justice (e.g., political justice, social justice, distributive justice, intra and inter-generational justice) are potentially explored along with associated normative principles of participation by individuals and communities, especially indigenous communities. The implications of a lack of well-being in specific areas including diverse forms of poverty and vulnerability and key indicators of well-being can also be explored.

3. Dimensions of Environmental Sustainability: Courses in this area provide students with an understanding of complex natural systems at diverse biological scales. The ethical status of natural objects and systems that potentially shape and constrain human interaction with the natural environment are potentially examined. What may be required to sustain these systems over time (such as promoting ecosystem resilience and biodiversity), key indicators of environmental sustainability, and an understanding of how these systems may generally be degraded, especially by patterns of human activity, are also potentially explored.

4. Human Sustainability Options: Courses in this area explore specific problems and issues critical to sustaining human communities and factors that have emerged as priorities in sustainability discourse related to social, cultural, and economic sustainability. Strategic options related to advancing sustainability in the given area(s) are explored.

5. Environmental Sustainability Options: Courses in this area explore specific problems and issues critical to sustaining environmental systems (living and non-living) that have emerged as priorities in sustainability discourse related to environmental sustainability. Strategic options related to advancing sustainability in the given area(s) are explored.

6. Sustainability in Practice: Courses in this area provide students with an opportunity to practically address sustainability issues in a grounded way within a given community (e.g. local living laboratories) and/or organizational context (e.g. policies and/or programs). Practical sustainability projects employing specific forms of community service, engagement and/or research are employed. Knowledge, capabilities, and skills appropriate to engaging sustainability in the particular context (e.g. qualitative and quantitative research tools, policy analysis, report writing/presentations, use of technologies) are important parts of such a course.

На каком факультете я буду учиться?

Faculty of Arts

Варианты обучения

Очная (1 год)

Цена
CAD$20,137.50 (1,224,374 руб) за 1 год
Tuition Rate Per Credit Hour CAN $671.25.

*Это примерная цена, проверьте ее в вузе

Дедлайн для заявки

Предполагаемое начало: March 2022

Начало обучения

Предполагаемое начало: Сентябрь 2021

Где

Luther College

Luther College at the University of Regina,

3737 Wascana Parkway,

REGINA,

Saskatchewan (SK),

S4S 0A2, Canada

Вступительные требования

Для иностранных студентов

Admission requirements vary by country and the Faculty you are applying to. Applicants need to have a high school. Please refer the university site and contact the Admissions Office or International Admissions for further assistance.

English language requirement:

  • TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language): Internet Based: Overall 83; Reading: 20; Listening: 20; Speaking: 20; Writing: 20.
  • IELTS – Academic: Overall Band score of 6.5, with no band less than 6.0
  • Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic: Overall score of 59; No area with less than 59
  • MELAB (Michigan English Language Assessment Battery): 85

The application deadline is March 1 for fall intake; September 1 for winter intake.

Требования к IELTS могут отличаться в зависимости от выбранного курса

ДОБАВИТЬ В ШОРТ-ЛИСТ

O University of Regina

«Вуз известен во всем мире за счет высокого качества образования и исследований, а также признан практического подхода к обучению».

  • вуз находится в крупнейшем городском парке Северной Америки
  • вуз вошел в топ-15 лучших университетов Канады 2020 года
  • 25% учащихся вуза составляют иностранные студенты
  • опции сo-op помогают студентам найти работу и продолжить учебу