Geography Major & Minor
The discipline of geography seeks to understand the transformation of the earth in relationship to both human and environmental processes and serves as a bridge between the natural and social sciences. Spatial theories (scale, location, place, and connectivity) allow geographers to critically analyze change in the cultural, physical and economic landscape.
Students find geography’s interdisciplinary nature combines well with other programs and fields of study such as international studies, environmental studies, biology and economics.
The Geography Major
Note: No grade below a C- (1.70) will be allowed for credit within the major.
9 units, including
The Geography Minor
Note: No grade below a C- (1.70) will be allowed for credit within the minor.
6 units, including