Graduate programs

The Department of Geography offers the degrees of Master of Arts, Master of Science, Master of Arts in Teaching, and Master of Science in Teaching (General Social Science). The department also participates in the Earth, Environment, & Society Ph.D. degree in the School of the Environment.

Areas of primary concentration are urban geography, physical geography, resource management, culture, environment and society, GIS, and cartography. The M.A. and M.S. degrees are in part designed to meet the needs of students preparing for careers in research or administration in government and industry, urban and regional planning, and in secondary education and community college teaching. The M.A. and M.S. degrees also provide a predoctoral program in geography for students planning to take advanced work leading to professional careers in university teaching, research, or public service. Students are encouraged to follow a program that combines breadth of knowledge with depth in one field of interest.

Admission requirements

Geography M.A./M.S.

Geography M.A.T./M.S.T.

Geography M.A.T./M.S.T.

For information on the Master of Arts in Teaching and the Master of Science in Teaching (Interdisciplinary Studies), see Interdisciplinary Studies M.A.T./M.S.T..