|45-4691:2 Geography Field Research F(1-3:1-3)|
This course provides an opportunity for senior students to develop skills in the design, implementation and presentation of a field research project. The course involves a field trip of about 10-14 days, either in Canada or abroad. This component of the course takes place between the end of the summer session and the start of classes in the fall semester. Classes during the fall semester focus on the analysis and interpretation of data and incorporate student research seminars. Information on the location and cost of the field research course is available from the department in the winter semester prior to each fall offering. Open to majors in Geography (B.A. and B.Sc.(Env.) and in Earth Surface Science (B.Sc.) with an overall average of at least 70% at the time of registration. This is a double-weighted course. When you select it, you must list both 45-4691 and 45-4692 in the same semester.
|Prerequisites: 25 course credits.|
|1998-99 Undergraduate Calendar|