Areas Of Emphasis
An Area of Emphasis is a an optional track or group of related courses within the study in Geography that should not add any additional time to your program of study. By choosing an Area of Emphasis within your Geography Major, you can map out the best way to satisfy all your Major Requirements while still focusing closely on the fields you find most interesting. Your chosen Area of Emphasis will appear on your transcripts upon completion of the degree requirements.
Areas of Emphasis:
Human Geography Areas of Emphasis
- Agro-Food Systems and Food Security (for AB degree only)
- Globalization, Politics and Economy (for AB degree only)
- Urban Community Studies (for AB or BS degree)
Physical Geography Areas of Emphasis
- Earth System Science (for BS degree only)
- Environmental Geography (for AB or BS degree)
- Global Environmental Change (for AB or BS degree)
Dynamics of weather and climate, geoscience education, atmospheric hazards, and meteorological applications of social media data (see http://www.today.com/video/today/51330360#51330360)
GIScience, spatial analysis and modeling, GIS for health and the environment, computational geometry, cartography and geovisualization.
Sarmiento, Fausto O.
Professor, Director, Neotropical Montology Collaboratory,
Mountain geography, Agrobiodiversity, Tropical Farmscape Transformation, Sacred Sites Conservation, Environmental Geography, Political Ecology, Latin America
gender, agriculture, cultural-economy, sustainability, food sovereignty, Caribbean/Latin America, India, United States