There's more to geography than locating state capitals and identifying mountain ranges and rivers. Geographers predict the weather and analyze environmental changes; they deal with issues of population such as where population is greatest and why and how populations change and have changed. They work in tourist development and for international businesses.
- Census Bureau data analyst
- Military intelligence officer
- International commerce
- Tourism development planner
What Will I Learn?
Your course work includes:
- Physical geography
- Cultural geography
- Human geography and global development
- Cartography and Geographic Information Systems
- High-tech training in a friendly, supportive environment
- ESRI (Environmental Systems Research Institute) authorized learning center with 25 GIS workstations – learn advanced applications including network and 3D modeling applications
- Global Positioning System (GPS) – master field survey techniques using the lab GPS base station and handheld units.
- Student-faculty research opportunities
College is more than a classroom. Enhance your experience with these opportunities:
- Internships with local, state and federal agencies
- Study abroad options at locations such as the Australia Zoo.