Students seeking this degree and concentration are offered a broad range of courses that prepare students for research and professional careers that employ geographic methods, perspectives, and expertise. A wide range of areas of specialization in geography include: urban geography, geospatial science, physical geography, environmental studies, and human geography
Our Geography students find internship and employment opportunities in a diverse range of sectors including local and regional planning agencies; federal, state, and municipal governments; nongovernmental organizations and community-based advocacy groups; as well as private industry and corporations. Applications and internship qualifications can be obtained from the department. Thirty-six hours are required for completion of this degree. Further information is provided at geosciences.gsu.edu.