The Department of Geography offers a broad undergraduate curriculum. Students can obtain instruction in the areas of regional, physical, and cultural geography and atmospheric sciences. Emphasis is also placed on techniques and methodology, including the areas of cartography, GIS, remote sensing, and quantitative methods. Inter-disciplinary research is encouraged.
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