Master of Arts in Geography and Environmental Studies
The Master of Arts in Geography and Environmental Studies is a 33-hour program offered in the evening hours and weekends. The program is both theoretical and practical; students gain knowledge, conceptual skills, and technical skills. The program provides a solid basis for a career, a career shift, career enhancement, or preparation for post-graduate studies.
Is this for me?
The program is designed for students, with various academic backgrounds, who are interested in a career that spans the social and physical sciences. Graduate students develop an area of proficiency within the broad scope of human-environment interactions and/or within the geographic realm of spatial analysis.
Students gain strong research, writing, and presentation skills, preparing them for a variety of positions in education, research, industry, and consulting in the public and private sectors. "Green" employment is projected to continue to increase in coming years. Spatially-oriented technical skills, such as GIS (Geographic Information Systems), also give students a highly marketable and applicable skill.