The Department of Geography and Geosciences builds the skills of students on six different tracks. They are atmostpheric science, environmental/land use planning, geographic information sciences, human geography, physical geography, and general geography. Students can focus their studies on a range of concentrations from meteorology to mapping to climate and soils. Many geography majors are able to complete more than one track in support of their career objectives.
We need your help to provide our students with advanced coursework and hands-on experiences in the geography field. Your investment no matter the size, combined with others, will provide much needed assistance in research opportunities and upgraded equipment purchases.