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Dr. Mike Garrett (Chair, on sabbatical Fall 2004-Spring 2005), Dr. Satish Davgun (Interim Chair, Fall 2004-Spring 2005; email@example.com), Dr. Mark Lawrence, Dr. Charles Parson
All terrestrial activities are subject to geographic analysis. Students in the program learn specific geographic techniques and their application on regional, national, and global levels. Studies in the field, and in effective communication and higher level problem-solving, further prepare students for immediate employment in entry level jobs and for graduate study.
Language study and a strong minor (such as computer science, applied public policy, international studies, space science, biology) enhance employment options for students with bachelor's degrees. Graduate study broadens employment opportunities.
See Section II, Enrollment for required high school preparation.Recommended High School Courses
Students are encouraged to discuss with their advisor the option of a second major or minor that might strengthen or complement their major.
- Air Photo Interpreter
- Digital Mapper
- Geographic Consultant
- Land Use/Recreation Planner
- Market Analyst
- Park Ranger/Planner
- Park/Recreation Planner
- Urban/Regional Planner
- Also: Graduate Study
Transfer Students: At least one-third of the credits to be included in the major must be successfully completed at Bemidji State University.