Geography, environmental studies, and planning are good bases for a wide range of careers and for further graduate study. Our graduates typically pursue careers working with state and federal government agencies, as area specialists, cartographers / GIS specialists, environmental managers, conservation agents, environmental consultants, or urban and community planners. Geography and environmental studies are also good preparation for graduate study in a variety of fields such as law, business management, resource planning, and many different types of international careers.
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