Two undergraduate degrees are offered reflecting Geography’s position between the social and natural sciences.
- The Geography major explores how location and scale affect society and the environment. The program is 32 credit hours. A minor of 12 credit hours is required (not listed on diplomas). Up to 7 credit hours can overlap between the Geography major and the Environmental Studies minor.
- The Environmental Studies (Environment & Society from Fall 2016) major explores how humans both affect, and are affected by environmental changes. The program is 41 credit hours, and has a strong interdisciplinary focus. No minor is required.
- For the Geography/Environmental Studies double major a maximum of 11 credit hours are allowed to overlap.
For more information contact Undergraduate Program Director: Victor Mesev, Bellamy 310 (firstname.lastname@example.org) 850-645-2498