Starting in 2018, several science departments in the Faculty of Arts and Science will be relocated to the new Outremont site. These new facilities will stimulate research and enhance the student experience.
Are you interested in studying the relationships between human beings and their environment?
Would you like a job that takes you to different places?
Geographers observe, describe and analyze human and natural systems.
They use tools like geographic information systems and remote sensing. They apply their skills to solving today's problems, in particular those related to the environment, resource management, urban planning, globalization and development.
They often have to work in the field, so they get to travel widely.
Geography graduates work in a wide variety of organizations in the public and private sectors.
- Regional county municipalities (RCMs)
- Consulting firms (environmental, geomarketing, geomatics, etc.)
- Testing laboratories
- Provincial and federal departments
- International co-operation agencies
They work as:
- Geographic database managers
- Project managers
They also contribute to solving environmental, development and land use problems.