NOTE: Preference is given to candidates who are qualified Forestry, Wildlife, Fishery, or Environmental Technicians or graduates of a renewable resource program. If you do not have a two-year diploma in one of these areas, your employment options may be limited.
Fees for the academic year 2019/2020. Please note: Tuition and Fees are listed in Canadian dollars.
International Student Fee is an additional $4,000 per year.
International Health Fee is an additional $750 per year.
International Student Fees are due on the first day of class.
|Tuition and Other Fees||1st Year|
|Student Union||$ 168|
|Health Insurance Fee||$ 410|
|Lab Fee||$ 300|
|Dry Cleaning||$ 80|
|CPKN Course||$ 30|
|Body Armour||$ 1,100|
|Accommodations/Meal Plan||$ 4,169|
|Graduation Fee||$ 100|
|Due August 12||$ 12,805|
|1 pair black polishable shoes – Military or Police Style
2 long sleeve plain white dress shirts suitable to wear a black tie. (no button down collars)
1 pair of black dress pants
1 pair quality running shoes
3 pairs black socks
1 black tie – plain, single color/no patterns (clip on preferred)
|Towels and personal toiletry articles||varies|
|1 alarm clock or clock radio||$20|
|1 mouth guard piece||varies|
Provincial and federal conservation wildlife and parks enforcement authorities.
In the Conservation Enforcement program you will take courses in topics such as conservation investigations, defensive driving and traffic control, national use of force framework, scenario/reality based training, and professional patrol tactics. After completing on the job training, you will be prepared to work in natural resource agencies as a conservation enforcement officer and in other related fields of enforcement and security throughout Canada.
Conservation Enforcement students are required to live in residence for the duration of their training, except when they are in on the job training.
View a detailed list of courses for this program.