Department of Geography and Planning

Department of Geography and Planning
Department of Geography and Planning

Courses & Timetables

For detailed course information, see the official Queen's Calendar

 Department of Geography and Planning Timetable - Fall Term 2017 (pdf, 338kB)

Department of Geography and Planning Timetable - Winter Term 2018 (pdf, 112kB)

Fall Term 2017

Core Courses
*GPHY 801: Conceptual and Methodological Basis of Geography (Fall and Winter) (Scott)
*GPHY 857: Geography Research Seminar (Fall and Winter) (Donald)
Electives
GPHY 824: Processes in Northern Regions (Lamoureux)
GPHY 842: Remote Sensing of Environment (Treitz)
GPHY 855: Spatial Analysis (Chen)
GPHY 870: Historical and Cultural Issues in Fieldwork (Cameron)
 The following courses are available contingent upon finding an appropriate supervisor
GPHY 890: Advanced Studies in Earth System Science I
GPHY 891: Advanced Studies in Earth System Science II
GPHY 893: Advanced Studies in Human Geography I
GPHY 894: Advanced Studies in Human Geography II  

 
Winter Term 2018

Core Courses
*GPHY 801: Conceptual and Methodological Basis of Geography (Fall and Winter) (Scott)
*GPHY 857: Geography Research Seminar (Fall and Winter) (Donald)
Electives
GPHY 836: Qualitative Research Methods  (Castleden)
GPHY 845: Spatial Data Measurement and Collection (Bevan)
GPHY 866: Gender and Globalization (Mullings)
GPHY 887: The Geography of Health and Health Care  (pdf, 116kB) (Rosenberg)
GPHY 889: The Geography of Citizenship (Kobayashi)
The following courses are available contingent upon finding an appropriate supervisor
GPHY 890: Advanced Studies in Earth System Science I
GPHY 891: Advanced Studies in Earth System Science II
GPHY 893: Advanced Studies in Human Geography I
GPHY 894: Advanced Studies in Human Geography II

* Geography students only.

 

Additional Courses

Students may take Master's courses offered by other departments with permission from their supervisor and the Associate Head of the Geography Graduate Program. Students in the Geography program can also take elective courses from the School of Urban and Regional Planning (SURP) with permission from the course instructor.