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Geographic Analysis

New for students admitted in Fall 2024 (optional) and Fall 2025 (mandatory), the Geographic Analysis program will require completion of 3-4 co-op work terms. More information will be available shortly.

About the Program

Exploring and analyzing the complex interconnections between people and their natural and built environments is the focus of geographic inquiry. Toronto Metropolitan University's Geographic Analysis program is uniquely positioned to prepare students for the professional workplace using state-of-the-art technology in geographic information systems (GIS) and remote sensing.

Through a combination of classroom lectures, geotechnology training, field studies, and a mandatory work placement, students develop the ability to provide real-world solutions in areas including business location, real-estate development, urban poverty, public health, crime prevention, as well as environment and pollution.

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

Photo of Fall 2016 Master of Spatial Analysis convocation