The Department of Geography & Planning's undergraduate program offers four degrees, two minors, and one certificate. To learn more about the requirements for these programs of study, click here.
Students earning a Bachelor of Science in Geography (GIS Concentration) or Bachelor of Science in Community & Regional Planning are required to complete GHY/PLN 4900: Internship in Geography & Planning. To learn more about the requirements for the internship, click here.
Forms & Documents
Are you looking for an independent study, special course, or course audit form? If so, visit here.
The Department of Geography & Planning offers membership in many professional and student organizations. These organizations provide fellowship, while also giving students the opportunity to learn about Geography & Planning outside of the classroom. To learn more, click here.
The department also offers study abroad programs in which students travel with their professors to countries such as Peru, Ecuador, and Costa Rica to explore mountain geography and water resources through direct field experience. To learn more about the upcoming study abroad trip to Peru, click here.