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California State University, Stanislaus
Geography B.A. Concentration in California Studies

Geography is one of the few disciplines that comfortably bridge the social sciences, biophysical sciences, and humanities. The Bachelor of Arts program offers an international and integrative perspective on the relations among social, political, economic, and biophysical processes that affect interconnections between people, environments, and places. Students have the option to select one or more areas of concentration to complete the major: Cultural/Social Geography, Physical Geography & Environmental Studies, Geospatial Technology, Global Studies and Development, and California Studies. Geography prepares students for a variety of careers and/or advanced study by educating them about Earth patterns and processes and their social and economic context. It also provides students with an array of technical skills and sustainable methods that have practical application for examining key issues facing society and the environment. Geographers work in a variety of fields including urban and regional planning, transportation, sustainable development, natural resource management, public health, marketing, tourism, international business, government agencies, and non-governmental organizations.

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