This is an interdepartmental program leading to a B.A. degree in which students combine courses in human geography (GGR prefix) with courses in physical geography (EES prefix).

Guidelines for firs year course selection
EES courses presume a background in physical sciences and mathematics. It is recommended that first year students take EESA01H3, EESA06H3, GGRA02H3 and GGRA03H3 and at least 1.0 credit from among [ BIOA01H3 and BIOA02H3], [ CHMA10H3 and CHMA11H3], [ PHYA10H3 or PHYA11H3], [ MATA30H3 and MATA35H3/A36H3/A37H3].

Program Requirements
The Major Program in Physical and Human Geography requires the completion of a total of 8.0 credits of which 4.0 credits are to be EES courses, and 4.0 credits are to be GGR or CIT courses. Among these 8.0 credits, the student must include:

1. 2.0 credits as follows:
EESA01H3 Introduction to Environmental Science
EESA06H3 Introduction to Planet Earth
GGRA02H3 The Geography of Global Processes
GGRA03H3 Cities and Environments

2. 1.5 credits from the following:
EESB02H3 Principles of Geomorphology
EESB03H3 Principles of Climatology
EESB04H3 Principles of Hydrology
EESB05H3 Principles of Soil Science
EESB15H3 Earth History

3. At least 1.5 credits from the following:
CITB01H3 Canadian Cities and Planning
GGRB02H3 The Logic of Geographical Thought
GGRB05H3 Urban Geography
GGRB13H3 Social Geography
GGRB21H3 Political Ecology: Nature, Society and Environmental Change
GGRB28H3 Geographies of Disease
GGRB55H3 Cultural Geography

4. At least 1.0 credit at the C- or D-level from EES courses

5. At least 1.0 credit at the C- or D-level from GGR or CIT courses

6. At least one additional 0.5 credit from GGR or CIT courses

7. At least one additional 0.5 credit from EES courses