Students in our programs go on to exciting careers ranging from environmental planning and consulting, urban planning and resource exploration.
Many students graduating from our B.A. programs find work in a variety of fields that address real-world problems, with many finding work in urban planning departments that shape future urban development. Graduates of our programs are also employed in education, business and government, and many are using their GIS skills.
- McMaster Faculty of Social Sciences, Office of Experiential Education
Career resources for B.A. students including experiential education courses, internships, career placements and networking events.
- American Association of Geographers
Career profiles of geographers working in education, private and public sectors and the nonprofit sector.
- Canadian Association of Geographers
Career resources for Canadian geographers.
- Canadian Environmental Careers Organization
With a job board, profiles of environmental professionals and an environmental internship program.
- Ontario Professional Planners Institute
This site provides information about careers in the planning profession and how to receive a designation as a Registered Planning Professional.