Geography is a science that focuses on the spatial analysis of human/physical patterns and processes. Geographers attempt to identify the factors affecting the distribution of people and their activities on the surface of the earth and to provide meaningful solutions to problems faced by societies. This discipline is an ideal major for the liberal arts student, providing exposure to the concepts and techniques utilized in investigating environmental issues, socioeconomic problems, and planning policies.
Learn about the five options within the bachelor of science degree program: General Geography, Environmental Science, Environmental Studies, Urban Studies and Earth Sciences.
Learn all about applying to the Geography & Environmental Sciences Department at the Downtown Campus.
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The Geography & Environmental Sciences Department recognizes outstanding undergraduates with three levels of departmental honors.
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