While B.A. and B.Sc. students are able to focus the vast majority of their courses in areas of interest to them, all Geography undergraduates are expected to have a breadth of education that encompasses scientific, social scientific (or humanities) education and technical skills. There is, of course, considerable choice in all of these areas. For details on the requirements of our B.A. and B.Sc. plans visit the Faculty of Arts & Science (Degree Plans) web page.
Program Assessment Forms - 2013/2014
Forms for our Geography (GPHY) program and Certificate in Geographic Information Science are available for download. These forms list the current program requirements and can be used to plan your courses and determine if you are meeting all requirements. It is recommended that you complete a form before visiting an advisor. You should also view your Academic Advisement Report on Solus (see below for more information).
To view current Geography course offerings, click the heading for each area of study:
The CASIO 991 model is pre-approved for courses in Geography (available at the Campus Bookstore for approximately $20).
24 November 2011
“The Geography Department has adopted a mixed marking method to evaluate student assignments and exams. This means that instructors will assign letter grades for all essays and essay-based exams and assignments and numeric grades for exams and assignments based on short answer questions, multiple choice, true or false, etc., where letter grades are impractical.”