Geography Minor

The minor in geography is a flexible program students can tailor to fit their interests, whether they lie in human geography, physical geography or geographic information science.  

Students learn how to analyze and evaluate physical environments and human systems, collect, organize and interpret data, use geospatial technologies and statistics, and communicate their findings. The skills students build in the geography minor will translate across fields in the academic, business, government and non-profit sectors.  

Minor Requirements (18 Hours)

The Department of Geography offers a flexible General Geography minor that requires 18 credit hours in geography courses. Students may not apply more than 3 credit hours from the 100-level and not more than 9 credit hours from the 200-level.