UofG Undergraduate Courses

monarch butterfly marked for identification after release

The University of Guelph offers a variety of undergraduate courses on topics such as ecology, pesticides and the environment, plants and human use, apiculture, and environmental stewardship. Several of these courses include outdoor fieldwork and data collection labs within The Arboretum. 

Check back later for a full list of these courses.

 

For those of you interested in becoming an interpretive naturalist, we strongly encourage you to to take the Nature Interpretation course offered by Alan Watson (our past director). This course can be taken in class or as a distant education course. Click on the link below for more details.

Nature Interpretation
An exploration of communication and experiential learning theories and their application to natural history interpretation and environmental education program design. Students will develop and present interpretive materials and a program within the context of the existing nature interpretation program.