Geography students gain a broad education encompassing the sciences and liberal arts with a broad spectrum of interests, from technology, to culture, to physics.
Geography is the systematic study of the location, variation and interrelations of natural and cultural features of the earth. Its study exemplifies the University's mission to emphasize interdisciplinary, problem-focused education because geography examines the world and its problems with a view to comprehensive understanding and critical thinking.Learn more »
Join in our Summer 2012 opportunity to intern in Tena, Ecuador, an Amazonian "boomtown" to assist with the sustainable housing, natural areas, and urban design issues as part of the Comprehensive plan.See more »
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