The growth of Canada’s city-regions raises new sets of urban planning and policy challenges, including economic competitiveness, transportation and congestion, public infrastructure management, environmental sustainability and conservation, neighbourhood wellbeing and social inclusion, health, and quality of life in cities more generally.
Human Geography is a broad-ranging subject. As a social science, Human Geography is concerned with the spatial patterns of human activity and the character of regions and places.
This September the Department of Human Geography is launching a new Minor Program in GIS, designed to provide the opportunity for students at UTSC to become skilled in spatial analysis, mapping, and cartography. Sign up today!