In the Department of Geography, Environment and Geomatics, we contribute to the body of knowledge in our diverse fields through high-quality teaching and excellence in research. We prepare specialized teachers and researchers to meet the demands of the geographic profession for various public, private and community agencies. Our graduate students undertake meaningful research on a diverse range of topics redefining geography, environment and geomatics, and leading them to a wide variety of careers. From Canada’s northernmost glaciers to Toronto’s immigration, from remote sensing of shallow reefs to water security for Northern Peoples, from the study of past environmental change to the future effects of today’s forest fires our graduates are studying all over the map for the benefit of our planet’s environments and societies. The Department has laboratories for GIS, physical geography, paleoclimatology and climatology, remote sensing and geomatics of the environment. Awards and financial support are available to full-time graduate students.
The Department of Geography, Environment and Geomatics offers a graduate-level Microprogram as well as Master’s of Arts and Master's of Science programs.
The graduate-level Microprogram in Anthropocene is a flexible program that provides you with an access to professors who are experts in their field and an opportunity to diversify your academic profile. The microprogram can be a gateway to a graduate level-degree as courses taken in that context can partially fulfill the degree requirements.
Short Duration Master’s program:
The one-year MSc concentration in The Anthropocene is based on 3 mandatory and 3 optional courses, combined with an additional component that you choose yourself: Build your network and get work experience by completing two internships with organizations that work in an area related to the Anthropocene, or delve more into a subject of specific interest to you by writing a Major Research Paper under the supervision of one of our professors.
- 6 Courses + Two Internships
- 6 Courses + Supervised Major Research Paper
Thesis Based Master’s programs:
Master of Arts Programs (MA Programs)
Master of Science Programs (MSc Programs)