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  • Geography

    Geography is the science of place, space, and environment. It is an interdisciplinary field investigating topics of environmental and social significance through data collection, use of computer-based tools and field studies. A geography minor complements majors in agricultural sciences, business, environmental sciences, geology, health sciences, international studies, journalism, social sciences, and travel and tourism.

    About this Minor

    Students pursuing the Bachelor of Arts in geology with a specialization in environmental geosciences are not eligible for this minor.

    No more than six transfer credits may count toward the minor. Students must complete a minimum of six credits of coursework exclusive to the minor that cannot count toward the major or other minors.

    Required Courses

    Courses Credits
    GEA 1000 Geography for a Changing World or
    GEO 2410 Social Geography or
    GEO 2420 Introduction to Human Geography or
    GEO 2500 Global and Regional Economies
    GEO 2200 Physical Geography or
    GEO 2201 Physical Landscapes
    GEA, GEO, GIS, or MET courses
    3000/4000 level; excluding individual work courses
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minors: geography