Department of Geography and Planning

Department of Geography and Planning
Department of Geography and Planning

Department of Geography and Planning

The Department of Geography and Planning is an integrated department that studies the earth's places, societies, environments and landscapes. The Department is unique in bridging the social sciences and humanities (human geography and urban planning) with earth system science (physical geography and environmental planning) and offers BA, BSc, MA, MSc, MPL and PhD degree programs as well as a Certificate in Geographic Information Science.

  • Laura Cameron at outdoor sound installation Into the Middle of Things created in 2017 with Matt Rogalsky, for the Fieldwork land art site near Perth, Ontario

    Dr. Laura Cameron at outdoor sound installation Into the Middle of Things created in 2017 with Matt Rogalsky, for the Fieldwork land art site near Perth, Ontario (Photo Credit: Unknown)

  • GPHY 368 Environments and Society field trip to KARC Nov 2017 (Photo by GPHY 368 member)

    GPHY 368 Environments and Society field trip to KARC Nov 2017 (Photo Credit: GPHY 368 member)

  • The Inca ceremonial fortress of Saqsaywaman, nestled in the Andes mountains above the city of Cuzco in Peru (Photo by Dr. George Lovell)

    The Inca ceremonial fortress of Saqsaywaman, nestled in the Andes mountains above the city of Cuzco in Peru (Photo Credit: Dr. W. George Lovell)

  • Domesticated elephant sanctuary Thailand (Photo by Peter Wolf)

    Domesticated elephant sanctuary Thailand (Photo Credit: Peter Wolf)

  • SURP photos - Curling (Photo by Nick Kuhl)

    SURP students playing Curling (Photo Credit: Nick Kuhl)

  • SURP photos - Mark Twain quote (Photo by Nick Kuhl)

    SURP students before the Mark Twain quote (Photo Credit: Nick Kuhl)

  • First year SURP on Mount Royal during the Montreal Field Trip (Photo Credit: Unknown)

    First-year SURP students on Mount Royal during the Montreal Field Trip (Photo Credit: Unknown)

  • Jonella Evangelista delivers her presentation on the fall field trip to Toronto (Photo credit: 1st year student)

    Jonella Evangelista delivers her presentation on the fall field trip to Toronto (Photo Credit: First-year student)

  • Masters student Sean Arruda measuring carbon dioxide flux from soil at Cape Bounty Arctic Watershed Observatory

    Masters student Sean Arruda measuring carbon dioxide flux from soil at Cape Bounty Arctic Watershed Observatory (Photo Credit: Unknown)

  • Dr. Greg King taking a break in front of the mess tent after a long sampling day on Lastfire Lake in the Northwest Territories (Photo Credit: Stuart Thibert)

    Dr. Greg King taking a break in front of the mess tent after a long sampling day on Lastfire Lake in the Northwest Territories (Photo Credit: Stuart Thibert)

  • Dr. Ryan Danby and Dr. Greg King paddle canoe down Snare River in the Northwest Territories on canoe-based summer research expedition across treeline (Photo Credit: Mitchell Bonney)

    Dr. Ryan Danby and Dr. Greg King paddle canoe down Snare River in the Northwest Territories on canoe-based summer research expedition across treeline (Photo Credit: Mitchell Bonney)

  • Dr. Ryan Danby (rear) and Stuart Thibert (SWEP undergraduate field assistant) maneuver canoe through rocky patch near the Winter RIver, Northwest Territories (Photo Credit: Dr. Greg King)

    Dr. Ryan Danby (rear) and Stuart Thibert (SWEP undergraduate field assistant) maneuver canoe through rocky patch near the Winter RIver, Northwest Territories (Photo Credit: Dr. Greg King)

Interested in an M.A., M.Sc., or Ph.D. degree in Geography? Click Here!

Interested in a Career in Urban Planning?  CLICK HERE!

Interested in undergrad degree in Geography? Click Here!