Future Students

Welcome Future Students! The Department of Geography and Program in Planning offers undergraduate degrees in Geography and graduate degrees in both Geography and Planning. We encourage you to browse through our programs using the links below. For examples of where your degree can take you once you graduate, visit our Careers page.

Undergraduate Geography on the St George Campus

Are you wondering whether a Geography undergraduate specialist, major or minor is the right program for you?  Find the information you need in the Undergraduate section and the Programs of Study page.  Then have a look at the broad range of Urban, Economic, Social, Environmental, Historical, Regional and Physical Geography courses that we offer.

Tri-Campus Graduate Geography and Planning

Would you like to pursue a Master’s or a PhD in Geography?  Visit the Graduate Geography section to explore the Programs of Study, and learn all you need to know about Applying and Admissions, and Funding.

Are you interested in a professional two-year Master’s degree in Planning (accredited by the Canadian Institute of Planners) or a PhD in Planning?  Visit the Graduate Planning section to learn about Programs of StudyApplying and AdmissionsFunding and the Master’s Internship.

Would you like to see examples of the kinds of research that our graduate students are engaged in?  Visit the Featured Research Articles section or the Publications section.  The Publications section also provides examples of recent work by faculty members. If you are interested in the Master’s in Geography, the PhD in Geography or the PhD in Planning, you must contact a faculty member before applying and receive permission to list him or her as a potential supervisor in your application.  All faculty members are listed in the People section, and many faculty members have additional information about the areas of study that they are willing to supervise in the Prospective Supervisors section.