General Studies Courses

Upcoming Start Dates

SPCC614: Science and Impacts of Climate Change

 Course Description: This course is a foundational introductory, interdisciplinary course about the nature, causes, and impacts of climate change. Resources will include IPCC and Canadian and BC government reports as well as significant current journal articles and publications. Impacts covered will include warming, sea level rise, melting of permafrost and altered distribution and migration patterns as well as impacts on livelihoods and cultures. It will combine perspectives from Geology, Biology, Sociology and Modelling.  Credits: 3.00

SPCC614: Science and Impacts of Climate Change

 Course Description: This course is a foundational introductory, interdisciplinary course about the nature, causes, and impacts of climate change. Resources will include IPCC and Canadian and BC government reports as well as significant current journal articles and publications. Impacts covered will include warming, sea level rise, melting of permafrost and altered distribution and migration patterns as well as impacts on livelihoods and cultures. It will combine perspectives from Geology, Biology, Sociology and Modelling.  Credits: 3.00

Start Date End Date Tuition (Domestic) Delivery
January 18, 2021 March 28, 2021 TBD Online
January 17, 2022 March 27, 2022 TBD Online

SPCC615: Climate Policy and Governance

 Course Description: This course reviews and evaluates existing policy instruments and governance institutions designed to address climate change (both adaptation and mitigation) now and in the future: e.g. COP process including COP 21- the Paris Agreement, UNFCCC, local, regional and national policies in Canada and elsewhere. It will include human dimensions of such policies and governance such as gender, equity, indigenous rights, communication and others.  Credits: 3.00

SPCC615: Climate Policy and Governance

 Course Description: This course reviews and evaluates existing policy instruments and governance institutions designed to address climate change (both adaptation and mitigation) now and in the future: e.g. COP process including COP 21- the Paris Agreement, UNFCCC, local, regional and national policies in Canada and elsewhere. It will include human dimensions of such policies and governance such as gender, equity, indigenous rights, communication and others.  Credits: 3.00

Start Date End Date Tuition (Domestic) Delivery
April 5, 2021 June 13, 2021 TBD Online
April 4, 2022 June 12, 2022 TBD Online
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