May 23, 2018  
University of Alberta Calendar 2016-2017 
University of Alberta Calendar 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Specialization in Environmental Earth Sciences [Science]

Earth and Atmospheric Sciences encompass the study of the atmosphere, surface and interior of the earth. The Department administers 12 academic programs: Honors and Specialization in Atmospheric Sciences, Honors and Specialization in Environmental Earth Sciences, Honors and Specialization in Geology, Honors and Specialization in Paleontology, BSc Specialization in Planning, BA Major and Minor in Human Geography, and BA Major in Planning. For details on the Major and Minor in Human Geography and on the BA Major in Planning, see Faculty of Arts listing.

Specialization in Environmental Earth Sciences

Continuation in the Specialization in Environmental Earth Sciences program requires successful completion of at least ★18 with a minimum 2.3 GPA in the previous Fall/Winter. In addition, graduation requires a minimum 2.3 GPA on the last ★60 credited to the degree.

A student enrolling in the Specialization program should confer with the Environmental Earth Sciences Program student advisor before registration.



  1. EAS 458  may be taken more than once for credit. Science and related options require the approval of the Environmental Earth Sciences advisor.
  2. For students in the Science Internship Program: EAS 401 , WKEXP 955 , WKEXP 956 .
  3. For students entering Environmental Earth Science Specialization, credit in SCI 100 will be considered equivalent to BIOL 108 , CHEM 101 , CHEM 102 , EAS 100 , EAS 105 , MATH 113 , MATH 115 , PHYS 144  and PHYS 146 . Credit in SCI 151  will be considered equivalent to STAT 151  and ★3 Science option.

Science Internship Program

A Science Internship Program is offered to students in the General, Specialization or Honors programs in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences (see Science Internship Program  for guidelines to the program). The Science Internship designation will appear on the degree parchments of students who have participated in the program and who have also successfully completed EAS 401 .