Undergraduates

Learn about the impact of changes in climate and land use on flooding and droughts. Use satellite images to study grassland productivity. Learn how urban design affects neighbourhood development in Saskatoon. Travel to the Czech Republic and discover the country's architecture and history. Use Geographic Information Systems to make maps. Learn about northern ecosystems and communities. Become accredited by the Canadian Institute of Planners or the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan.

If you are interested in these and other related areas, you have come to the right place.

The Department of Geography and Planning welcomes you and looks forward to working with you in the classroom, lab and field.

Geography and Planning Courses

100 Level Courses 200 Level Courses 300 Level Courses
400 Level Courses 800 Level Courses 900 Level Courses

Get permission for a class

Permission/override/prerequisite waiver forms can be found online here .

Current timetables

2020-2021 Term 1/Fall Timetable

2020-2021 Term 2/Winter Timetable

Notice for Environmental Earth Science and Hydrology Majors

GEOG 290.3 will not be offered in Fall 2020 due to the social distance restrictions and COVID19. We are tentatively planning to offer GEOG 290 in Spring 2021 dependent upon the easing of restrictions. More information will follow closer to that time.

Notice for Environment and Society (ENSO) Majors

REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY COURSES WILL BE OFFERED ONLINE ONLY. TO COMPLETE THE REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY REQUIREMENT OF YOUR DEGREE CHOOSE FROM THE FOLLOWING ONLINE COURSES:

  • GEOG 202.3- Regional Geography of Canada
  • GEOG 204.3 - Geography of Prairie Region
  • GEOG 208.3 - World Regional Development

Notice for Environmental Earth Science Majors 

Students declaring their Major in Environmental Earth Sciences are encouraged to complete the following suite of courses within the first 60 credit units of their programs:

  • CHEM 112
  • EVSC 220
  • GEOG 120, 222, 225, 235, 290
  • GEOL 121
  • MATH 110, 116
  • PHYS 115
  • STAT 245 or PLSC 214

      (36 credit units)