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Department of Geography College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics

About Geography

Become a Geographer

Geography students at Sacramento State explore Earth's natural and cultural landscapes with emphasis on the human-environment interface, such as climate change, resource degradation, urban growth and design, globalization, immigration, and ethnic and territorial conflict.

Our B.A. in Geography features balanced preparation in physical and human geography, geographic skills and techniques, and regional study. Students are encouraged to pursue independent research projects, and majors display their geographic knowledge and skills via senior research projects (GEOG 190).

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A world of possibilities with a degree in Geography

Teaching & Research

The Geography Department has multiple labs to support research and training. The department is home to the CSUS Paleoecology Lab, as well as the Geospatial Centroid. Two additional computer labs support training in GIS, cartography, and remote sensing. The University Library houses an extensive collection of books, atlases, journals, and databases in support of geography.

Check out the Geography Student Handbook

Campus Services

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Department of Geography
Sequoia Hall 334
Mon. – Fri., 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., (closed 12 – 1 p.m. for lunch)

Contact Us

Phone: 916-278-6109
geography@csus.edu

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