The Geography BA program brings together many subjects of interest, ranging from community health issues, urban form and globalization to electoral politics, transportation and economic development. The program emphasizes the development of quantitative and qualitative analytical skills, including cartography, analysis of spatial data, social theory and archival work, which it supplements with field work and collaborative research opportunities. Through their training, geography BA students will become highly skilled and flexible problem solvers, preparing them for some of today's most dynamic areas of the job market.
Students enrolled in the specialists Geography Arts program are required to complete a minimum of six field days over the course of their program. Field days may be accumulated either through a geography field course and/or though geography courses with field day components as indicated in course descriptions.
10.0 credits and 6 Field Days are required.
First Year: 1.0 credit:
Second Year: 3.0 credits:
- 2.5 credits from GGR202H5 or GGR207H5 or GGR208H5 or GGR209H5 or GGR210H5 or GGR252H5 or GGR265H5 or GGR276H5 or GGR278H5 or GGR288H5
Third Year: 4.5 credits:
- 4.5 credits from ENV311H5 or GGR313H5 or GGR318H5 or GGR319H5 or GGR322H5 or GGR325H5 or GGR329H5 or GGR333H5 or GGR348H5 or GGR349H5 or GGR353H5 or GGR361H5 or GGR362H5 or GGR363H5 or GGR365H5 or GGR370H5 or GGR382H5 or GGR385H5 or GGR387H5 or GGR389H5 or JGE378H5
Fourth Year: 1.5 credits:
- 1.0 credit from GGR417Y5 or JEG401Y5
- 0.5 credit from GGR415H5 or GGR418H5 or GGR419H5 or GGR420H5 or GGR426H5 or GGR461H5 or GGR489H5
Field Days: 6 Days
Six days accumulated either through a geography field course and/or through geography courses with field day components as indicated in course descriptions.