Credit units: 3
College: Agriculture and Bioresources
Department: Animal and Poultry Science
This field-based travel course will provide hands-on research experience in natural ecosystems in the sub-arctic of the Hudson Bay coast in northern Manitoba at the interface between animals, people, and the environment. This experiential course is an intensive introduction to and connection between the ecology and Aboriginal cultures of the sub-arctic. There are additional non-refundable costs in addition to tuition fees.
Note: There are additional non-refundable costs in addition to tuition fees.
Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of 60 credit units of university level courses and permission of the instructor
Note: This field course takes place in mid-August and is based out of Churchill, Manitoba.
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