UTP Stage II: Environment, Earth, and Resources

UTP Stage II: Environment, Earth, and Resources is equivalent to the first year of a bachelor’s degree from the University of Manitoba’s Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources. After progressing† to the second year studies in this faculty, you can earn a degree in environmental science, environmental studies, geophysics, geology, geological sciences or geography

* Please see the University of Manitoba Applicant Information Bulletin for details on how to progress to second year studies in your specific program. For details please go to: umanitoba.ca/student/admissions/application/programs/program-admission-requirements.html

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UTP Stage II: Environment, Earth, and Resources

Courses offered at ICM

Second year of your University of Manitoba degree

  • Bachelor of Arts (Geography)
  • Bachelor of Science (Physical Geography)
  • Bachelor of Environmental Science
  • Bachelor of Environmental Studies
  • Bachelor of Science (Geological Sciences)

Areas of study:

  • Geology
  • Geophysics

Why choose the Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources?

  • Geoscience is a regulated, professional practice in Canada and graduates from the Geological Sciences program can be eligible to become registered members of Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba.

  • The Department of Geology is over 100 years old, making it the oldest in Western Canada.

  • The Physical Geography program has more graduates hired by Environment Canada than any other program in Canada.

  • The Bachelor of Environmental Science is a Canadian Environmental Accreditation Commission accredited program.

  • A co-operative education program is available to students in certain degree programs.

  • For more information, visit the faculty’s website at umanitoba.ca/environment


Employment and career options

Graduates from this faculty are in demand worldwide, often employed in resource industries including oil & gas, mining, and exploration, as well as environmental consulting, engineering firms, and government departments and agencies. Visit the University of Manitoba’s Career Services website to view the Career Compass to research your future career path through this faculty: umanitoba.ca/student/careerservices/careerplan/careercompass/

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