Effective fall 2021, there will be no admission to the program for both current and prospective students as this program is on administrative hold.
A minor in Geography strengthens a liberal arts education. A geographic perspective provides a complement to majors such as Environmental Studies, History, and Sociology. In this 20-credit minor, students will take a course in both of the major subfields of geography: physical and cultural. Students will also select from regional, systematic, and geographic skills courses.
ISGEOG 203 Globalization Culture & Place
INGEOS 201 The Physical Earth
GEOG 324 GIS I
Select one of the following regional courses:
- GEOG 340 Topics in Regional Geography
- GEOG 371 Geography Field Studies
Select one of the following systematic fields of geography:
- GEOG 303 The Politics of Place
- GEOG 307 Urban Geography
- GEOG 308 Planning for Sustainability
- GEOG 330 Natural Resource Management
- GEOG 334 Outdoor Recreation
- GEOG 335 Sustainable Tourism