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Graduate Courses

The graduate program in Geography offers the following courses:

  • 6000 Development of Geographical Thought and Practice I
  • 6001 Development of Geographical Thought and Practice II
  • 6002 Directed Readings in Geography
  • 6100 Research Techniques in A Selected Field of Geography I
  • 6101 Research Techniques in A Selected Field of Geography II
  • 6120 Geospatial Modelling and Analysis
  • 6150 Environmental Remote Sensing and Image Analysis
  • 6200 Economic Geography I
  • 6201 Economic Geography II
  • 6204 Sustainable Community and Regional Development
  • 6250 Conservation and Sustainability of Natural Resources
  • 6251 Survey Design, Questionnaire Development and Techniques of Data Collection
  • 6300 Problems in Fisheries Geography
  • 6400 Fluvial Geomorphology
  • 6401 Glacial Geomorphology
  • 6402 Coastal Geomorphology
  • 6410 Climatology
  • 6420 Quaternary Geography
  • 6430 Biogeography
  • 6500 Cultural Geography
  • 6600 Historical Geography
  • 6700 Political Geography
  • 6800 Urban Geography
  • 6821 Advanced Computer Mapping
  • 6900 Graduate Seminar in Regional Geography
  • 6990-95 Special Topics in Geography

Note that these courses are not offered every semester/year and students have to check the courses offering of a given semester.


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