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By studying Geography at the University of North Texas, you learn to apply research methods and spatial and environmental problem-solving skills to:
You'll work with your major professor to construct a degree plan emphasizing a particular theme, such as:
Other themes include cultural ecology, ecosystem geography, and energy geography.
A master's degree in geography will provide you with an in-depth education in the geological, environmental, and atmospheric elements of the physical world. Your required courses will teach you how to map out geographic locations by environmental characteristics, mathematical dimensions, and other physical features, such as population, landscape, or climate. You'll also learn about such sociological components of geography as cultural demographics, political climate, and environmental programs, like sustainable development and alternative energy.
There are several different careers that incorporate geography in various ways, such as geographers, economists, urban and regional planners, geoscientists, anthropologists, and archeologists.