Fall/Winter 2013/2014 List of Courses
For Summer 2013 list of courses click here.
For previous years' lists of courses click here.
All course outlines follow the regulations from the Handbook of Academic and Scholarship Policy.
Title links to the course outline provided by the instructor.
For courses marked with * outlines from previous year have been posted
and will be updated as soon as possible.
Course descriptions can be found online in the academic calendar.
1000 Level Courses
|1100||Fundamentals of Geography|
|1400G||People, Places and Landscapes*|
|1500F||Society and Nature|
2000 Level Courses
3000 Level Courses
|3000Y||Field Methods and Practices - Montreal|
|3000Y||Field Methods and Practices - Ontario|
|3000Y||Field Methods and Practices - Kentucky|
|3210A||Quantitative Analysis in Geography|
|3222A||Geographic Information Science 2|
|3231B||Advanced Remote Sensing*|
|3250A||Social Science Research Methods in Geography|
|3333B||Drainage Basin Geomorphology*|
|3334A||Geomorphology of River Channels|
|3415B||Geographic Perspectives on Law and Society*|
|3421B||Location Theory and Analysis|
|3431B||Geography of Health and Health Care*|
|3432B||Environmental Hazards and Human Health*|
|3441G||Conservation and Development*|
|3442F||Geographies of Development|
|3461F||Land Use and Development Issues|
|3462F||Land Use Planning|
|3464F||Financial Feasibility of Urban Developments|
|3466F||Transportation and the City NEW!|
4000 Level Courses
|4000B||The Nature and Philosophy of Geography*|
|4100A||Geography and Change|
|4220B||The Geoweb and Geomedia*|
|4430B||Community-based Research: Environment and Health*|
|4460G||Real Estate and the Cities*|
|4900E & 4901E||Thesis*|