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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — Holland School and Saint Mary’s College are partnering on a brand new diploma pathway for the environmental utilized science know-how diploma program to assist college students obtain credit in the direction of a bachelor of science.
The Holland School graduates will want no less than 70 per cent of their programs and be granted as much as 60 hours in one of many SMU’s 120-credit hour science diploma packages, which incorporates environmental science.
The pathway saves college students money and time by granting credit score hours, on this case, half of all of the hours wanted for the diploma.
The 2-year program teaches college students about environmental administration, local weather change, groundwater contamination and circulate, impacts of air pollution, ecosystem well being, waste administration and environmental sustainability.
This system was created to organize college students to work as environmental technicians or proceed their training to earn a level by means of a level pathway.
Saint Mary’s AVP enrolment administration and registrar Dan Seneker mentioned they’re delighted to have a brand new partnership with Holland School, opening doorways to extra college students pursuing their educational targets.
“This settlement will create alternatives for analysis, internships and distinctive mentorship for college students who want to receive a Bachelor of Science at Saint Mary’s,” mentioned Seneker.