The programs in Geography specialize in three broad areas including cultural/historical geography, resource management, and transportation/urban geography. These degree programs are designed for students to master the theoretical knowledge and skills necessary to design, implement, and present, through oral and written form, original geographic research.
Graduate students in the program are expected to accomplish the following learning outcomes:
- develop the ability to communicate geographic information effectively orally and in writing at the appropriate level;
- develop apposite knowledge in geographic literature and research at the appropriate level;
- develop skills in tools for geographic data collection and methods of analysis at the appropriate level;
- be able to develop geographic creative components, theses, or dissertations that marshal evidence, analyse data, and synthesize meaningful conclusions;
- be able to identify and discuss significant geographic trends within their (three) chosen specialty areas of Geography (Ph.D. students); and
- become familiar with work in cognate fields.
The course is available in the following countries: