Students are offered a wide variety of areas of study, including physical geography, human geography, human-environment interaction, applied geography, and geotechnology. Students completing the geography degree are prepared for careers in a variety of fields, including education, geotechnology, resource management, economic development, and urban planning; they are also well prepared for graduate school.
The Bachelor of Arts degree is designed to help students develop scientific understanding of environmental issues in a program offering maximum flexibility in balancing technical and social solutions to environmental problem solving. Students completing this degree are prepared for a variety of careers including environmental conservation, resource management, and environmental policy; they are also well prepared for graduate school and law school.
The Bachelor of Science degree provides students a strong foundation in the natural sciences while fostering skills in the technical areas of environmental science. Students completing this degree are prepared for a variety of careers including environmental quality assessment, natural resource monitoring, and pollution measurement and abatement; they are also well prepared for graduate school and law school.