Geography and the Environment

Upcoming courses

 

FALL 2019 GATE COURSE OFFERINGS
 COURSE NUMBERCOURSE NAME 
GEOG 103 The Physical Environment
GEOG 105 Natural Hazards and Hollywood
GEOG 109 A World of Development
GEOG 111 Environemental Issues and Strategies
GEOG 116 Earth Rocks
GEOG 130 Geography of Canada
GEOG 140 Human Geography
GEOG 201 Climate and People
GEOG 219 Biogeography
GEOG 242 Economic Geography
GEOG 252 Quantitative Methods
GEOG 253 Introuction to GIS
GEOG 300K Special Topics
GEOG 302 River Geomorphology
GEOG 312 Political Ecology
GEOG 315 Water Resources Management
GEOG 331 Environmental Assessment and Management
GEOG 344 Gography of Urban Development
GEOG 353 GIS Applications
GEOG 357 Conservation GIS
GEOG 360 Community Planning and Policy
GEOG 433 Advanced Geography of a Selected Region

 

 

WINTER 2020 GATE COURSE OFFERINGS (Tentative)
COURSE NUMBERCOURSE NAME
GEOG 103 The Physical Environment
GEOG 105 Natural Hazards and Hollywood
GEOG 109 A World of Development
GEOG 111 Environmental Issues and Strategies
GEOG 116

Earth Rocks

GEOG 130 Geography of Canada
GEOG 140 Human Geography 
GEOG 201 Climate and People
GEOG 202  Understanding Your Earth: Landforms and Processes
GEOG 240  World Regional Geography
GEOG 241  Social Geography: The Urban Experience
GEOG 252  Explanation in Geography: Quantitative Methods
GEOG 253  Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
GEOG 257  Environment: Science and Communications
GEOG 300K Special Topics in Geography
GEOG 304 Coasts and Climate Change
GEOG 308  Climate Change and Variability
GEOG 314  Geography of Food
GEOG 340  Geographies of Poverty and Development
GEOG 364  International Planning and Developent Policy: Adapting to Climate Change
GEOG 419 Paleoecology
GEOG 452  Advanced Field Methods and Techniques

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"My most valuable experience was certainly the AIG to BC's Interior that I had the pleasure of completing with my peers under the guidance of Gary Fehr and Olav Lian. This experience was in-depth, interesting and relevant to my previous studies in a wide range of subject areas, including postglacial and paraglacial processes, First Nations affairs in BC and BC's evolving economy. I sincerely enjoyed this learning experience and it was the perfect way to cap off my undergraduate studies at UFV."

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  • – Melissa Koyanagi
  •    BA with double extended minors in Geography and Psychology

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