Geography is the study of places on Earth and their relationships with each other. It can also be defined as an integrated study of people, places, and environments, including both physical and human approaches. Geographers employ a spatial perspective to analyze the interactions between humans and their environment. They identifying locations, characterize world regions, analyze space and place, and relate nature and society. Employment prospects for geographers are very high, especially in the field of Geographic Information Science (GISc).
The Bachelor of Arts in Geography provides students with basic geographic literacy, empowers students to explain geographic patterns and processes, and allows them to be able to apply geography to solve problems. The degree prepare students for careers in many fields, including business, public service, teaching and for further study in graduate and professional schools.
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Department of History and Geography
209 Humber-White House | Campus Box 47
Milledgeville, GA 31061
Phone: (478) 445-5215
Fax: (478) 445-4009