The Doctoral Program in Geography is structured around two fields:
- the geography of societal change with emphasis on the global political economy; restructuring and the environment; geographies of socio-cultural evaluation; feminist geographies
- the geography of environmental change with emphasis on environmental processes and anthropogenic impacts; appraisal and societal management of environmental resources.
Students in each field are required to complete GEOG 6000/GEOG 6001, which addresses substantive and methodological issues arising out of the interactions of social and environmental systems.
NOTE: The individuals appointed as Adjunct Professors in the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies and faculty members in other departments may serve as co-supervisors or as advisors on a candidate’s advisory committee
To receive more information on our programs contact:
- Erin Johnston
(613) 520-2500 ext. 8129
Graduate Program Supervisor & Advisor
- Douglas King
613-520-2600 ext. 8439