Geography is the study of places, landscapes and human-environment interactions. Geographers address important questions concerning environmental change, economic development, globalization, human population growth, migration, land-use change, and geopolitics. Geographers also develop sophisticated technological tools to examine Earth's diverse landscapes and environments.
Reasons to study geography at DU include:
- A vibrant faculty who excel in both research and teaching.
- State of the art laboratory facilities for GIS, remote sensing, geomorphology, soils, palynology, dendrochronology, and climatology.
- Paid student internship opportunities with excellent nationwide job placement. An enviable location in Denver, Colorado - an outstanding laboratory for human and physical geographers alike.