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Geography studies the cultural, social, economic, and political connections between people and their environment.
Examine the factors that shape the complex relationship between human societies and the built and natural landscape.
This program emphasizes issues of community development, social justice, environmental equity, and population health in northern environments.
Examine the dynamics of place-making in a global context using the latest Geographical Information System (GIS) technology, social science methodology and spatial analysis.
Apply sustainable, respectful and culturally aware principles to your work in the lab, classroom and field.
UNBC Geography is a vibrant community of human and physical geographers. In addition to teaching undergraduate courses, faculty members supervise graduate students in a range of graduate programs.
The faculty regularly offers students the opportunity to participate in field schools that are held in intriguing locations in Canada and around the world, including Guatemala, Peru, South Africa, and Death Valley in the southeastern United States.
Students learn in a wide range of settings using different methods including lectures and seminars, dry labs, wet labs, and data capture in the field.
Field schools enable students to apply field methods in both physical and human geography toward an integrated study of local and global environments.
Overall average of 65% minimum in the following:
All A-level subjects presented for admission must have a grade of at least C. Students may substitute two Advanced-Subsidiary (AS) level subjects for one A-level. This is for general entry.
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