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Understanding the complex interconnections between people and their natural and built environments is the focus of geographic inquiry. Ryerson's Geographic Analysis program is uniquely designed to prepare students for the professional workplace using state-of-the-art technology in geographic information systems (GIS). Through a combination of classroom lectures, hands-on computer labs, field studies, and a mandatory work placement, students develop the ability to provide real-world solutions in areas such as business intelligence, retail location, real-estate development, urban growth, public health, crime prevention, as well as climate change and environmental protection. Training in geotechnology and expertise in one or several areas of geographical study make graduates of the program well-rounded academics, ready for the professional workplace.

The program offers four optional concentrations in location analysis, urban analysis, environmental analysis, and geotechnologies.

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The following video interviews were recorded with five June 2016 Geographic Analysis graduates:


To apply, visit Ryerson Undergraduate Admissions at https://www.ryerson.ca/programs/undergraduate/geographic-analysis/.