The major in Human Geography gives students a thorough understanding of the relationships between human behaviour and its impact on society and the surrounding landscapes.
Students must complete 15 lower-level credits in their first two years. In third and fourth year, students must take at least six credits, or two courses, from each of the following concentrations: cultures and places, cities and globalization, and nature and society. Additionally, you must complete six credits from the research and methods theme. These credits must be divided into three credits from one of previously mentioned concentrations and the remaining three from another concentration.
*Please note that you may not double major in Human Geography and Environment and Sustainability.