At the undergraduate level the Department of Geography offers B.A. and B.S. degrees in Geography with three concentrations (Earth System Science, Urban, Regional, and Environmental Planning, and Geographic Information Science), a B.S. in Environmental Science, and minors in Geography and GIS. In addition, the department offers certificates in GIS and Urban and Regional Planning. To learn more about these programs please select the appropriate catalog below.
Select the Undergraduate Catalog relevant to your enrollment date to find information such as specialty areas for geography majors, requirements for the certificate programs, requirements for a minor in geography, and a complete course listings with descriptions.
Director of Undergraduate Studies, Geography
308 Farrah Hall
Environmental Science Major
Environmental science is an interdisciplinary program leading to the B.S. degree. The objectives of the program are to provide students with a broad interdisciplinary science background focusing on physical geography, environmental geology, and ecology. The variety of courses in both earth and biological sciences allows some choice of concentration within the program. Additional requirements include geographical techniques and statistics.
Please see the appropriate Undergraduate Catalog relevant to your enrollment date for more information.
Director of the Environmental Science Program
238 Farrah Hall
GIS Certificate Program