Bachelof of Science in Environmental Geography

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  • Objectives
    This program draws on courses within physical geography, including a distinctive strand of courses dealing with environmental issues, resources and management. Teaching and learning methods are diverse, ranging from lectures and tutorials through to a variety of practical work in cartography, GIS, remote sensing and statistics.
  • Academic title
    Bachelof of Science in Environmental Geography
  • Course description
    Major in Environmental Geography: 45 credits

        * 15 required credits in the Study of Human and Biophysical Environment: Mapping the Environment, an Integrated Approach to Land, People and Society
        * 3 required credits in Geology of the Earth
        * 3 elective credits in Biology of Organisms, Energy and Environment, Structural Geology
        * 12 required credits in Historical and Cultural Perspectives in the Environment, Research Methods, and Geographic Information Systems
        * 12 elective credits in intermediate or advanced Geography approved by the department adviser, with at least 3 credits at the advanced level
        * 45 elective credits in any department, some of which may take the form of a Major or Minor in another discipline

    Minor in Environmental Geography
    : 24 credits

        * 6 required credits in Biophysical Environment and Human Environment Relations
        * 3 required credits in Physical Geology
        * 9 elective credits in Environment: Historical and Cultural Perspectives, Geographic Information Systems, Plant Ecology, Hydrology, Biogeography, Landform Evolution, the Climate System
        * 6 elective credits in the Tropical Rain Forest, Environmental Impact Assessment, Advanced Geographic Information Systems, Environmental Management, Environmental Change During the Quaternary, and Forest Management

    NOTE: This Minor is for Science students.

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