Graduate Programs

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Doctoral

The PhD program offers opportunities for advanced research in the areas of socio-economic spaces and change, environmental governance and management, and biophysical systems and processes.

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Master of Arts

The master's program offers opportunities for research in the areas of socio-economic spaces and change, environmental management and governance, and biophysical systems and processes.

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Master of Science

The M.Sc. program emphasizes human-environment geography, environmental geography, environmental geoscience, and geomatics. Within these areas, faculty and graduate students work together on research projects throughout Canada and the U.S. with some research in Southeast Asia, Oceania and the Pacific and Latin America.

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Master of Conservation Leadership

The Master of Conservation Leadership seeks to transform today’s conservation professional into tomorrow’s conservation leader. The proposed program builds students’ capacity and skill as leaders, helping professionals to catalyze change in the conservation sector. With an emphasis on innovative conservation practice, including Indigenous-led conservation governance and private and working lands conservation, our program cultivates competencies in leadership such as strategic planning, conflict resolution, team building, evidence-based decision-making, partnership development and communication designed expressly for the working conservation professional. First Cohort to start May 2020. Contact mconslead@uoguelph.ca for more information.