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  • Objectives
    The Bachelors programs provide sound FOUNDATIONS in various aspects of geography. The B.A. programs provide the opportunities to pursue interrelated human geography topics and to choose integrated programs of study that address physical geography and the human-natural environment interface.
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Arts (Combined Honours) in Geography
  • Course description
    Geography
    B.A. Combined Honours
    (20.0 credits)

       1. Credits Included in the Geography Major CGPA (7.0 credits):

       1. 1.0 credit in GEOG 1010 and GEOG 1020;
       2. 0.5 credit from GEOG 2020, GEOG 2013, or GEOG 2014;
       3. 0.5 credit from GEOG 2200 or GEOG 2300;
       4. 1.0 credit from GEOM 2004, GEOG 2005 or GEOG 2006;
       5. 0.5 credit in GEOG 3900;
       6. 1.5 credits in GEOG and/or GEOM at the 3000-level;
       7. 1.0 credit in GEOG and/or GEOM at the 4000-level;
       8. 1.0 credit in GEOG 4904 [1.0] or GEOG 4909 [1.0] or GEOG at the 4000-level;

       2. Additional Requirements (13.0 credits):

       9. The requirements of the other Honours discipline must be satisfied;
      10. 5.0 credits in electives not in Geography or the other discipline;
      11. Sufficient free electives to total 20.0 credits for the program.

    Note: in Item 8 above, credit in one of GEOG 4904 [1.0] or GEOG 4909 [1.0] is compulsory unless an Honours research essay or equivalent is completed in the other Honours discipline.

    • GEOG 1010 - Global Environmental Systems
    • GEOG 1020 - People, Places and Environments
    • GEOG 2005 - Geographic Inquiry
    • GEOG 2006 - Statistical Methods in Geography
    • GEOG 2013 - Weather and Water
    • GEOG 2014 - The Earth's Surface
    • GEOG 2020 - Physical Environments of Canada
    • GEOG 2200 - Global Connections
    • GEOG 2300 - Space, Place and Identity
    • GEOG 2600 - Geography Behind the Headlines
    • GEOG 3000 - Honours Field Course
    • GEOG 3001 - Qualitative Methods
    • GEOG 3003 - Quantitative Geography
    • GEOG 3010 - Field Methods in Physical Geography
    • GEOG 3021 - Culture, Place and Time
    • GEOG 3022 - Environmental and Natural Resources
    • GEOG 3023 - Cities in a Global World
    • GEOG 3024 - Understanding Globalization
    • GEOG 3025 - Regional Dynamics
    • GEOG 3026 - Topics in the Geography of Canada
    • GEOG 3030 - Regional Field Excursion
    • GEOG 3102 - Geomorphology
    • GEOG 3103 - Watershed Hydrology
    • GEOG 3104 - Principles of Biogeography
    • GEOG 3105 - Climate and Atmospheric Change
    • GEOG 3108 - Soil Properties
    • GEOG 3206 - Health, Environment, and Society
    • GEOG 3209 - Sustainability and Environment in the South
    • GEOG 3404 - Economic Geography
    • GEOG 3501 - Northern Lands
    • GEOG 3600 - The Post-Soviet States: A Geographic Perspective
    • GEOG 3700 - Population Geography
    • GEOG 3900 - Geographic Thought and Methodology
    • GEOG 4000 - Field Studies
    • GEOG 4004 - Environmental Impact Assessment
    • GEOG 4005 - Directed Studies in Geography
    • GEOG 4013 - Cold Region Hydrology
    • GEOG 4017 - Global Biogeochemical Cycles
    • GEOG 4021 - Seminar in Culture, Identity and Place
    • GEOG 4022 - Seminar in People, Resources and Environmental Change
    • GEOG 4023 - Seminar in Sustainable Urban Environments
    • GEOG 4024 - Seminar in Globalization
    • GEOG 4040 - New Directions in Human Geography
    • GEOG 4050 - Environmental and Geographic Education
    • GEOG 4101 - Quaternary Geography
    • GEOG 4103 - Water Resources Engineering
    • GEOG 4104 - Microclimatology
    • GEOG 4108 - Permafrost
    • GEOG 4303 - Urban Planning
    • GEOG 4304 - Transportation Engineering and Planning
    • GEOG 4406 - Practicum I
    • GEOG 4408 - Practicum II
    • GEOG 4904 - Honours Research Workshop
    • GEOG 4906 - Honours Research Project
    • GEOG 4909 - Honours Research Essay

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