Geography Minor

Geography is the holistic study of the earth’s surface features, attributes, processes and relationships among various spatial factors, and how they change over space and time.

An understanding of geography is essential in an increasingly globalizing world where environments are more strained, economies are more global and cultures are more dynamic and intermingled. A minor in geography (emphasizing cultural geography) may be combined with an academic major in another discipline. 

As a Geography minor, you'll take a minimum of 19 hours of geography course work to include 10-credit-hour core of introductory courses, one introductory techniques course and at least two upper-division courses in geography.

Catalog requirements for the Geography minor

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