The Geography major is designed to provide students with a broad academic background. Geography majors have an extremely high level of flexibility in choosing from a wide breadth of elective courses that match their personal interests.
For more details about UW-L's undergraduate majors and minors in geography please visit the program requirements and course descriptions.
Geography major: environmental science concentration - BA
Geography major: environmental science concentration - BS
Geography major: geographic information science concentration - BA
Geography major: geographic information science concentration - BS
Geography education major (early adolescence-adolescence certification) - BS
Social studies education (broad field) major (early adolescence-adolescence certification) - BS
Note: This certificate program is currently not available.
This program is a joint offering by the Department of Geography and Earth Science and the Office of Continuing Education.
Applications of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) range from business planning and public health to ecosystem management. Essentially, GIS is a tool for studying spatial problems. It links a database with map features in such a way that users can input, store, retrieve, and analyze geographic data. Students choosing this program acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to apply GIS in their chosen field of study.
The GIS Certificate is earned by taking two GIS courses and the completion of a GIS internship or undergraduate research project.
Not open to geography majors.
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