This option requires 36 Geography credit hours.
This concentration requires 36 Geography Credits and two out-of-department courses.
One course from the following:
One Urban and Regional Analysis course:
One Int’l Business and World Trade course:
One Geographic Information Systems course:
Any Two non-department electives from:
This concentration requires 36 Geography credits.
Three electives from the following list:
Three or Four additional 300/400 level electives to achieve 36 total Geography credits.
This concentration requires 36 Geography credits, 1 Math course and 1 Computer Science course.
TWO additional GIS/Cartography electives from the following:
Additional 300/400 level Geography eleccive courses to meet the requirement of 36 Total Geography credits.
One Math Course from the following:
This degree requires 12 Geography courses and 3 Non-Department courses.
Three additional Geography Electives at the 300/400 level (excluding GEO496)
Four additional GEO courses at the 300 or 400 level
Earth Systems Science
Four additional electives from the following:
International Business and World Trade
Five elective courses from the following:
Geographic Information Systems and Cartography
Two courses from the following:
Urban and Regional Analysis
Three additional courses from the following:
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Economics – Geography Joint Major (B.A.)
One purpose of the joint major in Economics-Geography is to provide flexibility for students who intend to pursue graduate studies in subjects such as Economics, Geography, Regional Science, and Regional and Urban Planning.
Students must have at least a 2.0 cumulative average for admission to the program. To obtain the B.A. in Economics-Geography, a student must achieve at least a 2.0 GPA in the course of study listed below and an overall GPA of at least 2.0, and fulfill all University requirements.
Joing Major requirements - https://economics.buffalo.edu/undergraduate/joint-major/