The GIS BSc offers an analytical perspective on geographical information. In-depth studies, beyond basic geography, include mapping, spatial analysis, digital databases with specializations in modeling, statistical analysis and remote sensing.
7.5 credits are required.
First Year (1.0 credit):
- 1.0 credit at the 100-level
Second Year (2.0 credits):
Third/Fourth Year (4.5 credits):
- GGR321H5 and GGR337H5 and GGR382H5
- 2.5 credits from the following (limited to 1.0 credit from ERS and CSC courses): CSC311H5 or CSC343H5 or CSC413H5 or CSC477H5 or ERS304H5 or GGR311H5 or GGR322H5 or GGR335H5 or GGR370H5 or GGR372H5 or GGR376H5 or GGR437H5 or GGR440H5 or GGR442H5 or GGR444H5 or GGR463H5 or GGR494H5
- 0.5 credit from any other 300/400-level GGR or ENV courses
Students may take no more than 2.0 credits combined in ROP, individual project courses, or thesis courses at the 300/400 level for credit toward their GIS program. Students must receive permission from Faculty Program Advisor and Academic Counsellor prior to taking GGR courses on other U of T campuses toward their program requirement. No more than 1.0 non-U of T Mississauga credit is accepted in the Geography Specialist program; and no more than 0.5 non-U of T Mississauga credit in the Geography and GIS Major programs. No substitution is allowed for GGR276H5, GGR272H5, GGR278H5, GGR321H5, GGR337H5