The Bachelor of Arts in Geography (General) is available by Distance and Online Education. This degree will provide students with a basic level of understanding of the discipline and can be used to meet the admission requirements for the After-Degree Bachelor of Education degree program.
Geography examines environments created on the Earth’s surface by nature and by humans. As such, it searches to explain how and why they differ from place to place. There are four broad categories of courses in the discipline:
physical geography includes the study of the environment through aspects of atmospheric science, geomorphology, biogeography, and hydrology;
human geography examines how people have been influenced by the environment and how, in turn, they have left their mark on the environment;
regional geography attempts to achieve a synthesis of these; and
techniques in geography focus on analytic methods.
Students should review the Admission Bulletin and complete the application.
If you are currently registered in the Bachelor of Arts in Geography or if you are considering pursuing this, you should familiarize yourself with the regulations as set out by the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources in the Academic Calendar. If you desire additional information about courses, are not sure how a course might fit into the degree program, or you have questions regarding the regulations for the degree, contact the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources student advisor. We are here to help!
For more information, contact:
Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, & Resources
North America toll free: 1-800-432-1960 ext. 7252
(See “Undergraduate Programs” for admission information.)