Graduating on time with the skills and experience that prepare you for the job market or graduate school requires planning:
- Think about what you want to do
- Meet regularly with undergraduate advisor Olivia Miller and the college's Academic and Career Advising Center in 107 Oldfather Hall.
- Meet early and often with the departmental undergraduate advisor or a faculty member to discuss your plan.
- Fully understand college and departmental requirements
Geography students may specialize in one of many areas, including climate and weather, cultural/human geography, geographic information systems, historical geography of the Great Plains, natural resources, physical geography, pre-community and regional planning, regional studies, or remote sensing. The major does not require a minor.
This information is for academic year 2019-2020.