Summer Session

Your Chance to Get the Classes That Are Full in the Fall

Join the thousands of students who take advantage of Summer Session to ease their course load in the fall and winter, speed up completion of their degree, benefit from smaller classes, or catch up on missed courses.

Summer Session Registration Information

Summer Registration information includes:

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  • Revision, Refund, & Voluntary Withdrawal Dates
  • Courses & Exams Dates

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The Undergraduate Academic Calendar includes program and course descriptions:

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First Year Courses
Course Code Course Name
Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences
HNSC 1200 Food: Facts and Fallacies
HNSC 1210 Nutrition for Health and Changing Lifestyles
Faculty of Arts
All Faculty of Arts courses for which students have the required prerequisite
Faculty of Engineering
ENG 1430 Design in Engineering
ENG 1440 Introduction to Statics
ENG 1450 Introduction to Electrical and Computer
ENG 1460 Introduction to Thermal Sciences
Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources
ENVR 1000 Environmental Science 1 – Concepts
ENVR 2000 Environmental Science 2 – Issues
GEOG 1280 Introduction to Human Geography
GEOG 1290 Introduction to Physical Geography
GEOG 1410 Natural Disasters and Global Change
GEOG 1420 Exploring the Planets
Faculty of Health Sciences
FMLY 1000 Families in Contemporary Canadian Society
FMLY 1010 Human Development in the Family
FMLY 1012 Introduction to Social Development
FMLY 1420 Family Management Principles
Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management
PERS 1200 Physical Activity, Health and Wellness
PERS 1300 Introduction to Leisure Travel
PERS 1300 Concepts of Recreation and Leisure
PERS 1500 Foundations of Physical Education and Kinesiology
Faculty of Management, I.H. Asper School of Business
ENTR 2010 Managing the Smaller Business
ENTR 2020 Starting a New Business
GMGT 1010W Business and Society
GMGT 2060 Management and Organization Theory
GMGT 2070 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour
MKT 2210 Fundamentals of Marketing
Faculty of Science
All Faculty of Science courses for which students have the required prerequisite
Faculty of Social Work
SWRK 1310 Introduction to Social Welfare Policy Analysis
SWRK 2080 Interpersonal Communication Skills
School of Art
FA 1020 (M) Mathematics in Art
STDO 1210 Drawing: Studio 1
STDO 1240 Figure Study 1
STDO 1250 Drawing: Studio 2
STDO 1410 Visual Language
STDO 1450 Open Studio

Fee Payments

Tuition fees payment may be made electronically, in-person, or by mail to Student Accounts.

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Information for International Students

Programs

Travel/Study Courses

Enter the living text book, and work on your G.P.A from a unique G.P.S. Travel/Study Courses deliver experiential learning opportunities from as near as Clearwater Manitoba, and as far as Kiev. Through these short, intensive courses, you can earn up to 6 credit hours in as little in two weeks, while gaining memories that last a lifetime. Course options come from a variety of academic disciplines, so you’re sure to find the class that fits your academic plan.

CUE in Summer

International students can combine academic and English language study, along with cultural, recreational and travel programs in the CUE in Summer (Canadian University Experience) program. It is a great way to earn academic credit, hone English skills and experience Canada.

Summer University Advantage

Summer University Advantage (SUA) offers newly admitted U of M students the opportunity to begin their studies in Summer Session, and to participate in a range of special activities to help make a successful transition to the U of M.

Summer Institutes

Summer Institutes are courses that are organized around a central theme. Special features of Summer Institutes may include contributions by Visiting Scholars, and unique combinations of courses (from a variety of disciplines) and students (undergraduate, graduate, and members of the community) within a single institute.

Visiting Scholars

The Visiting Scholars Program enhances the range and quality of courses and programs offered during the Summer Session, by supporting efforts to bring prominent national and international scholars to the U of M. Visiting Scholars may engage in graduate or undergraduate teaching, sharing research interests, department/faculty colloquia, and community-based presentations.

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University Bookstore

The University Bookstore operates on both the Fort Garry and Bannatyne campuses.

Fort Garry Bookstore
140 University Centre
(204) 474-8321

Health Sciences Bookstore
140 Brodie Centre
727 McDermot Ave
(204)789-3601

University Libraries

The University Libraries serve all faculties, schools, and colleges of the University. For details on library services and regulations or assistance in using the library, contact the reference librarians in the appropriate library.

UM Food Services

During Summer Session a range of food services are available to students, staff and faculty of the University of Manitoba. For your convenience, vending machines are strategically located around the campus.

Parking Services

Student parking is available throughout Summer Session.

Parking Services
Welcome Centre
423 University Crescent
phone: (204) 474-9483

Security Services

UM Security Services operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and provides a safe and secure environment to students, staff and visitors of the University community.