Ready to make the world a better place? You will learn the skills that help you approach environmental problems and find their solutions. By developing a comprehensive approach, you’ll determine strategies for resource use and ecosystem management.
With an applied emphasis in environmental analysis, including courses in field methods, remote sensing, cartography, and geographic information systems, you can select a broad academic program or emphasize acquisition of job-related skills.
For a Major in Geography (GEOG), you must complete the following:
You must complete a total of three courses in environmental and human geography and must include at least one course from each field. You must also take one regional geography course.
To help you guide your four-year college journey, consult your degree map for a snapshot of classes you will be taking to finish your degree.
Contact the Geography Chair, Owen Dwyer