GEM offers undergraduates new climate change specialization

Monday, November 17, 2014

Underwater TreeBeginning in 2015, undergraduate students in the Department of Geography and Environmental Management will have an opportunity to obtain a specialization in climate change. This addition to the curriculum builds on the Department's recent launch of Canada's first Master of Climate Change program, and its associated internationally-recognized expertise in human and physical dimensions of climate change.

Unlike other specializations offered by GEM, climate change requires courses in both human and physical geography. This broad course base ensures that students will gain an understanding of both the physical science of climate change, as well as its impacts on natural and socio-economic systems. 

The specialization is available to students majoring in Honours Geography and Environmental Management, Geography and Aviation, and Geomatics.

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