Master of Land and Water Systems

Empowering environmental professionals to inspire global citizens.

Develop skills as an environmental professional to aid the globe with credible solutions to address the effects of our dynamic and changing vital land and water systems.

 

Master of Land and Water Systems is a 12-month professional program that provides graduates with science-based skills, training and knowledge in natural resources and environmental sciences and effective communication alternatives. The program addresses the emerging environmental issues of food security, maintenance of ecological services, restoration of degraded lands, climate change adaptation and resource conservation. Students assess the intersection of resource activities, which includes Urbanization, Mining, Agriculture and Forestry through a land and water lens on a local and global scale.

 

Program Overview


Featured Video

In our latest project spotlight video, we introduce Destiny Allen-Green and Brittany Nicole Myhal, two recent graduates of the MLWS program. They explored resource management challenges of First Nation communities located in BC’s Southern Interior. View Destiny’s project > View Brittany’s project >

Class of 2020


A watershed is… “…that area of land, a bounded hydrologic system, within which all living things are inextricably linked by their common water course and where, as humans settled, simple logic demanded that they become part of a community.”

– John Wesley Powell