The Community & Environmental Planning concentration is a second year option of the Geographic Sciences diploma program.
If you're interested in learning how you can make a difference by helping to apply environmentally sustainable approaches to community and regional planning, then the Community & Environmental Planning Concentration will appeal to you.
You learn how to work in a team environment, providing a variety of mapping, research and other technical functions to support community, regional and environmental projects and policy development. Building expertise in data analysis, problem-solving and the use of geomatics applications to support decision-making is a primary focus. Off-campus field work, where you get involved in community projects, is an integral part of the concentration.
This program is located at NSCC's Centre of Geographic Sciences (COGS). COGS is the Lawrencetown site of Annapolis Valley Campus.
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