Geography and Environment is home to faculty and students whose focus is the study of relationships between people, places, and the environment. As a discipline, Geography uniquely bridges the social and natural sciences to understand the world we live in and how that world is changing.

Studying Geography offers an education for life and for living as informed and responsible citizens.

Our faculty members are active in four research areas that form the basis of our undergraduate and graduate (Masters and PhD) programs:

  • Urban Development & Urban Studies
  • Environment, Development and Health
  • Geographic Information Science
  • Physical Geography

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