There are many rewarding opportunities to conduct graduate research in the Department of Environment & Geography. The department has nationally and internationally recognized faculty with research programs in the areas of arctic processes, sea-ice formation and ecology, fate and effects of emerging and traditional contaminants, extreme weather, meteorology, remote sensing, cultural and historical dimensions of resource development, northern development and tourism, amongst others.
Choosing an advisor
All our programs are thesis-based, which means choosing an advisor is a vitally important decision. Please carefully consider the questions raised in Guidance for Prospective Graduate Students.
For other program requirements please see individual program listings:
Full description of application requirements.
Current students can find forms, regulations, and resources.
For information on requirements or the graduate admission process, please contact the Graduate Program Coordinator:
Graduate Program and Alumni Coordinator
440 Wallace Building
Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources
University of Manitoba