Travel/Study Courses

The Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources offers three travel/study courses. Travel/study courses offer a chance to travel while studying and provide students with a unique experience of experiential learning.

The 2018 Travel/Study dates are to be determined.
Please check back often for updates.


Banff, Alberta
GEOG 4350 Parks and Protected Areas Planning and Management:  Field Studies

For more information contact: 
Dr. Michael Campbell
e-mail: michael.campbell@ad.umanitoba.ca


Churchill, MB
Churchill and the Manitoba Coastal Region

ENVR 3010 Ecotourism and the Environment (1.5 credit hours) AND
ENVR 4010 Research Project in Churchill Ethnoecology (1.5 credit hours)  PLUS
ENVR 4020 Wildlife and Ethnoecology of the Manitoba Coastal Region (3 credit hours)
OR
GEOG 3750 Wildlife and Ethnoecology of the Manitoba Coastal Region 1 (3 credit hours) AND
GEOG 3750 Wildlife and Ethnoecology of the Manitoba Coastal Region 2 (3 credit hours)

For more information contact:
Kristina Hunter
e-mail: hunterkn@ms.umanitoba.ca


Clearwater MB
Living Rural Communities and Environments

Students are required to register for:
ENVR 4020 Living Rural Communities and Environments 1 (3 credit hours) AND
ENVR 4020 Living Rural Communities and Environments 2 (3 credit hours) OR
GEOG 3740 Living Rural Communities and Environments (6 credit hours)
for a total of 6 credit hours.

For more information contact: 
Dr. Stephane McLachlan
e-mail: mclachla@cc.umanitoba.ca