The B.S. in Geography at UGA is for students who typically have interests in geosciences, landforms, weather/meteorology, climate change, plant geography, or related topics. Available coursework includes study of physical geography, earth systems, environmental geography, resources, weather and climate, landforms, statistics and geospatial analysis, global environment change, cartography, and photogrammetry. B.S. majors tailor coursework along either a Physical Geography, Human Geography, or Geographic Information Systems (GIS) emphasis. Students who wish to gain practical work experience with firms or organizations that employ geographers can earn 3-9 semester hours by engaging in an internship.
''Everything about UGA made it the perfect fit for me. Out of high school, I knew that I wanted to major in mathematics education, and I have had some great professors who are extremely knowledgeable and current in their field. Each year, I stay involved with Relay for Life by serving on the Logistics Committee. Seeing so many college students gathered together to celebrate loved ones and fight for a cure for cancer is always so inspiring. Additionally, I volunteer in local middle and high schools where I visit classes during the school day multiple times each week. This gives me the opportunity to get into a mathematics classroom and mentor many local students.''
British and Irish Political Geography
Archaeology is an interdisciplinary field that involves scientific applications (e.g. GIS Geographic Information Systems), palynology (the study of sediments and particles), stable isotope analysis, chemical analysis of glazes, and a variety of dating techniques (e.g. TMS, TL, OSL, and AMS radiocarbon).