Students planning to minor in geography should consult the geography undergraduate advisor, Dr. Paul Hudak (last name A-L) or Dr. Kent McGregor (last name M-Z). A minor requires 18 hours and usually includes: GEOG 1200 or 2170, GEOG 2180 and 12 advanced hours.
Elementary and secondary education students interested in becoming geography teachers should consult with the College of Education. Importantly, geography courses may be counted toward the course requirements both in education and the geography minor.
A minor in geology requires 18-19 hours in geology and earth science, usually including GEOL 1610, GEOG 2180, GEOL 3000 and GEOL 3020. Two additional courses must be selected from: GEOG 4350, GEOG 4750, GEOL 4630, GEOL 4710 and GEOL 4850. Geography majors may minor in geology, but none of the courses taken to satisfy the minor can also be applied to the major.
A minor in archaeology requires 18 hours, including ANTH 1010, ARCH 2800 and a total of 12 hours selected from ARCH 3650, 4620 (multiple sections offered for separate credit) and 4810.