This program is designed to enable students to acquire theoretical and practical knowledge, allowing them to resolve environmental problems; to contribute to the social development through an understanding of the causes and solutions to the problems resulting from human activity.
- Physical environment
- Human environment
Upon successful completion of the program, students will be awarded a Lebanese diploma delivered by the Lebanese Canadian University – LCU
LANGUAGES OF INSTRUCTION
The program is offered in French and/or in English.
Three years (105 credits)
Part-time, day and evening class studies
3 semesters per university year: Fall, Spring and Summer
- Lebanese Baccalaureate or its equivalent degree
- Accredited Freshman (programs available at LCU)
- The consent of the University’s Academic Advisory Committee after studying the applicant’s school file
This program enables students to find job opportunities in different sectors and work areas:
- Public sector: Ministry of Environment, Ministry of the Interior, Ministry of Public Works, planning firms and local communities, research, university institutions and municipalities.
- Companies involved in the processing and analysis of data related to climate and environment
- Companies of pollutant or risk sectors
- Management of environmental resources
- Studies of environmental issues and their impact on the economy.
Successful graduates from this program will be able to undertake advanced studies (Engineering, Master, and Doctorate).
REQUIRED ADMISSION DOCUMENTS
•3 recent passport-size photos;
•A photocopy of the National Identity Card or a recent Personal Civil Status Record (or a photocopy of the passport for foreign applicants);
•A certified photocopy of a recent Family Civil Status Record (for Lebanese nationals only);
•An attestation from the National Social Security Fund or its equivalent, if applicable;
•A certified copy of the Lebanese Baccalaureate or its equivalent issued by the Ministry of Higher Education;
•Holders of the Technical Baccalaureate (BT3) must have their degree certified and then receive the equivalent rating of their degree by the Commission of equivalences;
•A copy of the official transcripts, certified by the school of origin, for the last three years of secondary school;
•A certified copy of the official transcripts of any prior university study, if applicable;
Documents must be prepared in French or in English; if not, they must be accompanied with certified French or English translations made at the university, except for the Family Civil Status Record and the attestation from the National Social Security Fund (NSSF).