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5.5 B.A. Geography Program Chart

5.5 B.A. Geography5

YEAR 1

YEAR 2

YEAR 3

YEAR 4

HONOURS1 120 CREDIT HOURS (69 credit hours in Geography)

6 credit hours from GEOG 1280, GEOG 1290 and/or GEOG 1700

Plus 6 credit hours of Humanities6

 

GEOG 2200, ENVR 28107

9 credit hours in Geography courses numbered at the 2000- or 3000-level3

 

GEOG 3730, GEOG 3810

Plus 18 credit hours in Geography courses numbered at the 2000- or 3000-level3

GEOG 4660

18 credit hours in Geography courses numbered at the 4000- level

 

The W course must be completed within the first 60 credit hours of courses. Enough elective credit to total 120 credit hours for the program.

ADVANCED1 120 CREDIT HOURS (51 credit hours in Geography)

6 credit hours from GEOG 1280, GEOG 1290 and/or GEOG 1700

Plus 6 credit hours of Humanities6

 

GEOG 2200, ENVR 28107

9 credit hours in Geography courses numbered at the 2000- or 3000-level4

GEOG 3730, GEOG 3810

Plus 6 credit hours in Geography courses numbered at the 3000-level4

12 credit hours in Geography courses numbered at the 4000- level

Plus 6 additional credit hours in Geography at the 2000-level or above

The W course must be completed within the first 60 credit hours of courses. Enough elective credit to total 120 credit hours for the program.

GENERAL2 90 CREDIT HOURS (30 credit hours in Geography)

6 credit hours from GEOG 1280, GEOG 1290 and/or GEOG 1700

Plus 6 credit hours of Humanities6

May require 6 credit hours from science courses

12 credit hours in Geography courses numbered at the 2000-level4

12 credit hours in Geography courses numbered at the 3000- and/ or 4000- level4

 

 

The W and M courses must be completed within the first 60 credit hours of courses. Note: 30 credit hours, with 6 credit hours in each of 5 subject fields, must be completed in the first 60 credit hours. Enough elective credit to total 90 credit hours for the program.

MINOR 18 CREDIT HOURS

6 credit hours from GEOG 1280, GEOG 1290 and/or GEOG 1700

6 credit hours in Geography courses numbered at the 2000-level

6 credit hours in Geography courses numbered at the 3000-level

NOTES:

1Entrance into the Honours and Advanced degree programs is summarized in 5.2.1. The courses required in this program will satisfy the University Mathematics requirement and the sciences courses requirement.

2Entry into the General degree program is summarized in 5.2.1 and 5.2.2.

3Among the 2000- and 3000-level courses, at least 6 credit hours must be systematic and at least 6 must be area studies. Systematic courses and area studies courses are listed in Section 5.6.

4Among the 2000- and 3000-level courses, at least 12 credit hours must be systematic and at least 6 must be area studies. Systematic courses and area studies courses are listed in Section 5.6. Students wishing to transfer from the General to the Advanced degree program are permitted to take either GEOG 2200 and GEOG 3730, or ENVR 2810 in either third or fourth year.

5Equivalent courses offered through Universit√© de Saint-Boniface may be used in lieu of the specified courses identified in the degree program chart. Universit√© de Saint-Boniface courses end in the number "1" (e.g. GEOG 1281).

6May also satisfy the Faculty of Arts requirement.

7The former GEOG 2530 may be used in lieu of ENVR 2810.

Notes:

  • To fulfil prerequisite requirements, a grade of "C" must be achieved, unless otherwise stated, in any course stipulated as a prerequisite to a further course.
  • Students should review the current course topics available through GEOG 3740 (6), GEOG 3750 (3), GEOG 3760 (6), GEOG 3770 (3) and GEOG 4670 (3). Also, all courses are not offered every year or every term. The course schedule for the current academic term is available from the Class Schedule.
  • Students registering in certain courses may be required to participate in field trips or field components and pay a portion of the associated expenses. For details, contact the Department of Environment and Geography general office.