Physical Geography encompasses Biogeography, Climate and Environmental History, Geomorphology and Soils, and Human-Environment Interaction & Water Resources.
Geographic Information Science and Technology (GIST) uses the power of location to answer questions and solve problems. This GIST program provides a core foundation in spatial thinking while giving students practical, hands-on experience.
Human Geography encompasses Transportation, Technology, and Society; Race/Ethnicity, Identity, and Social Justice; Cities, Urban Economies, and Trade; and Globalization, Regional Analysis and Synthesis.
Sustainability engages students in a systems approach to understanding the interconnections between society and the environment. Encompassing environmental sustainability, sustainable development, and sustainability and policy.
BIG PICTURE, BIG IMPACT
WE NEED GEOGRAPHERS
“The US Bureau of Labor says the demand for these skills is expanding rapidly to meet new technological, environmental, and social needs.”