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  • Objectives
    The Bachelors programs provide sound FOUNDATIONS in various aspects of geography. Students in the B.Sc. (Honours) program may also choose a degree in Biology and Physical Geography, or Geology and Physical Geography. A concentration in Terrain Science is available in the Combined Geology and Geography Program.
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Geography with Concentration in Physical Geography
  • Course description
    Geography with Concentration in Physical Geography
    B.Sc. Honours
    (20.0 credits)

    A. Credits Included in the Major CGPA (9.0 credits):

       1. 1.0 credit in GEOG 2013 and ERTH 1006;
       2. 1.0 credit in GEOM 2004 and GEOG 2014;
       3. 2.5 credits from GEOG 3010, GEOG 3102, GEOG 3103, GEOG 3104, GEOG 3105 and GEOG 3108;
       4. 2.0 credits in Geography or Geomatics Science Electives at the 4000-level;
       5. 1.5 credits in Geography Science Electives;
       6. 1.0 credit in GEOG 4906 [1.0];

    B. Credits Not Included in the Major CGPA (11.0 credits):

       7. 1.0 in Experimental Science Electives;
       8. 0.5 credit in MATH 1007;
       9. 0.5 credit in MATH, STAT or COMP;
      10. 2.0 credits in Science Continuation, not in GEOG or GEOM;
      11. 2.0 credits in Science Faculty Electives;
      12. 0.5 credit in NSCI 1000 or Approved Arts or Social Sciences;
      13. 1.0 credit in Approved Arts or Social Sciences, not in GEOG;
      14. 0.5 credit in Approved Arts or Social Sciences;
      15. 3.0 credits in free electives.
    • 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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