NATURAL ENVIRONMENT TECHNOLOGY

OBJECTIVES AND PROGRAM SPECIFICS *

The Natural Environment Technology is a unique program in the province and is tailored to a northern Quebec context (Eeyou Istchee – Baie-James and Nunavik territories). Students who complete the three-year program will have acquired the knowledge and skill to manage wildlife habitats and measure the impacts of those managements and of development and resource exploitation.

CAREERS OPPORTUNITIES AND UNIVERSITY-LEVEL OPTIONS

Wildlife management technicians tend to work for organizations and private companies. Examples of potential employers include wildlife agencies, controlled harvesting zones (ZEC), outfitters, wildlife associations, watershed management groups, Nibiischii Corporation and SÉPAQ, mines (environmental assessment) … Students also have the option of pursuing a university education in a variety of programs. Furthermore, gateways are possible with some universities.

SPECIFIC ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Secondary IV Science and Technology of the Environment (STE) or Science of the Environment (SE).

 

 

PARTNERSHIP WITH DESJARDINS

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Desjardins, exclusive financial partner in helping adapt the program to a Northern reality.

 

* The College has approached the Ministry to authorize a new English cohort in fall 2020. For more information, please contact: infocecc@cegepstfe.ca

Offered only if there are enough students enrolled.

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FIRST SEMESTER

  109-101-MQ Physical Activity and Health
  603-FSD-FE Written and Spoken language
  345-101-MQ Knowledge
  147-113-FE Cartography
  147-123-FE Abiotic Components
  147-105-FE Ecosystems
  147-103-FE Stay in Natural Environment
  147-133-FE Vegetation in their Environment
  147-143-FE Terrestrial Fauna 1

SECOND SEMESTER

  603-101-MQ Introduction to College English
  345-102-MQ World Views
  COM-PLE-01 Complementary 1
  147-213-FE Aerial Photography
  147-223-FE Abiotic Environment
  147-205-FE Profession and Legislation
  147-203-FE Sampling Plan
  147-233-FE The Flora of Québec
  147-243-FE Terrestrial Fauna 2

THIRD SEMESTER

  109-102-MQ Physical Activity and Effectiveness
  603-102-MQ Literary Genres
  602-10?-FE French - General education component
  147-303-FE Safety in Natural Environment
  147-324-FE Abiotic Inventory
  147-344-FE Terrestrial Fauna Inventory
  147-334-FE Vegetation Inventory
  147-306-FE Aquatic Fauna Inventory

FOURTH SEMESTER

  109-103-MQ Physical Activity and Autonomy
  603-103-FE Literary Themes
  345-FSA-FE Ethics and Politics
  602-FT?-FE French - Specific education component
  COM-PLE-02 Complementary 2
  147-403-FE Sustainable Development 1
  147-473-FE Wildlife Health
  147-433-FE Birds
  147-443-FE Mammals
  147-453-FE Wildlife and Territory

FIFTH SEMESTER

  147-506-FE Sustainable Development 2
  147-524-FE Fish
  147-515-FE Management of Aquatic Habitats
  147-525-FE Management of Terrestrial Habitats
  147-533-FE Management of Population
  147-534-FE Monitoring of Managements
  147-543-FE Monitoring of Population

SIXTH SEMESTER

  147-603-FE Sustainable Development 3
  147-653-FE Wildlife Potential
  147-635-FE Integrated Wildlife Management
  147-663-FE Planning of Monitoring
  147-626-FE Wildlife Management Plan
  147-6BA-FE Training Course in Wildlife Management

CONTACT US

CENTRE D’ÉTUDES COLLÉGIALES À CHIBOUGAMAU
110 Obalski St.
Chibougamau, Quebec  G8P 2E9
418 748-7637

infocecc@cegepstfe.ca

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