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.


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


Experimental Lakes Area, Ontario
ENVR 4000 / GEOG 7010 Environmental Effects Monitoring

For more information contact: 
Dr. Mark Hanson
e-mail: Mark.Hanson@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


GEOL 4270 Geology of the Rocky Mountains

For more information contact: 
Prof. Jeff Young
e-mail: Jeff.Young@umanitoba.ca