|Faculty:||Faculty of Arts and Science
|Field of Study:||Environmental Studies
|Description:||Geography is the interdisciplinary study of our world, its physical characteristics like water, landforms, vegetation and climate as well as the relationships between people and the environment. You can choose between one of our three Geography degree options. The Bachelor of Arts in Geography provides a solid foundation in physical and human geography with a focus on the cultural, economic, political, and social influences. The Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Geography concentrates on the causes and effects of various environmental issues. The Bachelor of Science in Environmental and Physical Geography focuses on geography as an earth science and integrates mathematics, biology, geology, chemistry, and physics with geography-specific courses.
This program is eligible to be paired with our concurrent education option for those students interested in pursuing their BSc and BEd.
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|Cost per year:*||
Tuition is based on 30 credits per year (5 courses in each of the fall and winter semesters). The cost of tuition does not include ancillary fees.