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Faculty: Ola Johansson; William Kory; Ahmad Massasati; Mitzy Schaney
Students electing Geography as a major must earn a minimum of 30 credits in Geography distributed as follows:
At least three of which must be upper-level (1000 series), distributed so that at least one course is represented in each of the three concentrations below:
Geography GEOG 1410 , GEOG 1800 , GEOG 1810 , GEOG 1820 may be substituted for one of these courses with department approval.
(SOCSCI 1910 - INTERNSHIP ) may be counted as a free elective and taken on a H/S/U grading option only. The number of credits will be determined by the instructor.