Course Readings

The Geographic Resource Centre (GRC) located in S403 Ross provides research and study facilities for students in the Department. Physical readings can be borrowed at the resource centre, please check the hours link above for availability.

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1000 Level Courses

GEOG 1000 6.0 Introduction to World Geography F/W 2017/18
GEOG 1400 6.0 Physical Geography F/W 2017/18

GEOG 1410 6.0 Introduction to Human Geography F/W 2017/18

2000 Level Courses

GEOG 2030 3.0 The End of the Earth as We Know It Fall 2017 Prof. Lunstrum

GEOG 2070 3.0 Empire, State, & Power: An Introduction to Political Geography

GEOG 2400 6.0 The Hydrosphere F/W 2017/8 Prof. Bello

3000 Level Courses

GEOG 3360 3.0 Morphogenesis of Soils Fall 2017 Prof. Mahaney

GEOG 3440 3.0 Geoinformatics: GIS I Fall 2017 Prof. Remmel

GEOG 3510 3.0 Methods of Sediment Fall 2017 Prof. Mahaney

GEOG 3700 3.0 Natural Disasters Winter 2018 Prof. Drezner

4000 Level Courses

GEOG 4170 3.0 Geographic Perspectives on Immigration, Ethnicity and Race in Modern Cities

GEOG 4200 3.0  Water Quality and Stream Ecosystems

GEOG 4380 3.0 Urban Social Policy

GEOG 4400 3.0  Physical Hydrology and Water Resources Fall 2016 Prof. Young

GEOG 4410 3.0 Desert Ecosystems Fall 2017 Prof. Drezner

GEOG 4440 3.0  Remote Sensing and Image Processing for Geographical Analysis and Environmental Monitoring

GEOG 4600 3.0 Rivers: Environment and Process Winter 2018 Prof. Robert

GEOG 4700 3.0 Critical Geographies of Education

5000 Level Courses

GEOG 5025 3.0 Research Design and Formulation in Human Geography

GEOG 5209 3.0 Seminar in Critical Human Geography

GEOG 5355 3.0 Seminar in Political Geography: Spaces of Power and the Politics of Space

GEOG 5370 3.0 Urban Social Policy Winter 2018 Prof. Basu

GEOG 5630 3.0 Physical Hydrology and Water Resources