This track allows students to develop technical skills in the discipline of geography. The goal is to produce graduates with a feeling for the collection and graphical display of geographical data, and the ability to analyze such data through GIS and Spatial Analysis. The Department's labs provide up to date teaching facilities.
Students selecting this track may take the following courses:
GRG 310C: Spatial Data & Analysis
GRG 360G: Environmental Geographic Information Systems
GRG 356: GIS Applications in Social/Environmental Science
GRG 356T: Geoprocessing
GRG 356T: Landuse/Landchange Practicum
GRG 462K: Remote Sensing
GRG 368C: Spatial Analysis/Geographic Information Systems
GRG 470C: Advanced Geographic Information Systems
GRG 373F: Field Techniques
To satisfy the core requirements in methods and techniques, students must take two additional courses from the list above and/or the following list:
- Note: In addition to the above, students of GISc must also complete the core requirements in Human Geography and Physical Geography.