Undergraduate Program - Overview
Geography is the science of place and space on earth. Geographers study both the spatial aspects of human existence and the physical phenomena and processes that form our environment. Geographers make critical contributions to knowledge and human society through study of the linkages between human activity and natural systems. Our broad-based program provides students with training in both the social and physical science of geography, as well as in techniques such as GIS and remote sensing that are critical to answering geographic questions.
Last day of classes: Thursday April 11!
Starting with September 2013 the Geography Department is offering a new module, Major in Environment and Health. This new module has been created for students who are interested in the intersection of environmental and health problems and resolutions, and it will provide a more focused option than a general major in geography. The new module consists of 6.0 courses and it may work as a double major with the following disciplines: health studies, environmental science, biology, First Nations studies, sociology, anthropology and psychology.
If you have any questions about it please contact the Geography Undergrad Advisor, Angelica Lucaci, contact information below.
Geography Program Counselling
Angelica Lucaci, Undergraduate Assistant and Program Advisor
Every day 9:00-4:00
Social Science Centre Room 2322A
Phone: 519-661-2111, Ext. 86052
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