Geography

Program Mission

The geography curriculum will prepare students for business and academics while encouraging lifelong learning skills. Geographic skills are essential to understanding physical patterns, human patterns, and Earth's processes. These skills are essential for anyone critically thinking about the global community. 

Degree Offerings

Bachelor of Science in Geography: 34-40 hours, 2.0 GPA

Minor in Geography: 18 hours, 2.0 GPA

Minor in Geoscience: 18 hours, 2.0 GPA

Minor in Geographical Information Systems (GIS): 18 hours, 2.0 GPA

Minor in Global Sustainability: 18 hours, 2.0 GPA

AVAILABILITY

16-Week Parkville      Online 8-Week Accelerated  Park nationwide face-to-face

 

Required Minor

All Geography majors must successfully complete the requirements for one (or more) of any of the minors offered by the university (18-24 hours*) or for a second major. Since geography is a discipline that has subfields in virtually every other discipline, this requirement is intended to help prepare our majors to have additional knowledge in a secondary body of knowledge.


 

Faculty

Contact the individual members of the faculty in the Geography Program, including professors and adjunct instructors. More

 

 

 

Resources

Useful local, national, and global geography resources for students and professionals. MoreGO 

 

 

 

Degree Requirements