We offer three main degree options. The Bachelor of Arts is a good choice for students interested in broad training in geography that will lead to careers such as international affairs and trade or city planning. The Bachelor of Science - Geographic Information Science (GIS) specialization provides students with a suite of skills to process, analyze, and interpret geospatial data. Students learn how to apply these skills to solve real-world problems. And the Bachelor of Science - Environmental and Resource Geography specialization emphasizes laboratory and field research skills and integrated scientific knowledge of Earth systems, especially in the Pacific Northwest. Together, these skills and a student’s geographic education provide opportunities in a wide range of careers, especially in natural resource management. Beyond these three main options, Geography offers a minor, a GIS certificate, and is linked to several interdisciplinary programs.
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