Examples of what we study in Physical Geography include: the ecosystems of Canada and the world; weather, climate and climate change; water and ice distribution and processes; plants and soils and their roles in the global ecosystem; landforms and how they develop; permafrost and development in the north.
The Bachelor of Arts Honours in Geography is offered as a concentration in Physical Geography.
The Bachelor of Science Honours in Geography is offered as a concentration in Physical Geography.
In the Bachelor of Science Honours program, you can choose to pursue combined studies in Earth Sciences and Physical Geography
Earth Sciences and Geography: Concentration in Terrain Science B.Sc. Combined Honours (20.0 credits)
We also offer a Bachelor of Science Honours option in Earth Sciences and Physical Geography with a concentration in Terrain Science.
To view a list of Geography (GEOG) course descriptions
All of our Undergraduate Geography Programs
Students should consult the Department when planning their program and selecting courses.
- Karen Tucker
- Contact for questions about your audit, course selection and program requirements
Undergraduate Physical Geography Programs Advisor
- Murray Richardson
(613) 520-2600 x 2574
- Contact for program advice and guidance