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.
Thursday, April 27th at 1 PMDean Hall 103 Executive Director of Mountain to Sound Greenway, Jon HoekCWU Geography Encourages Applications For Its 2017 Scholarships.
Geography majors and CERM graduate students, 2017 scholorships are available. For additional informaCWU Geography Student Wins Honorable Mention At AAAS Annual Meeting
Gavin Schag (undergraduate, Geography) presented his McNair research at this year's American Associa