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Earth Science/Environmental Studies Concentration (U167)

A central theme of geography is human interaction with the earth’s physical environment. This concentration permits students to apply the basic scientific principles of physical geography, cartography, and natural resource analysis to the problem of ensuring a high quality of life through maintenance of the natural processes that support human existence. This concentration also provides training to enhance the employment opportunities of students with a strong interest in environmental assessment and resource evaluation.

In addition to the core courses in geography listed above, students choosing this concentration must take:

  1. GEO 311, 311L, 314, 314L
  2. Minimum of five courses selected from the following: GEO 205, 305, 312, 330, 357, 358, 359, 510, 511, 557, 559, 570

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