228 Minné Hall
Michael Scholz, Program Coordinator
Michael Scholz, Instructor; BS, Missouri State University; MS, University of Oregon; PhD, Texas State University; 2014 -
The study of geography affords students the opportunity to examine the differences and similarities of the various physical and cultural environments in which we live. Drawing on concepts from both the physical and the social sciences, geographers work in such fields as education, urban and regional planning, government agencies, conservation, international business, tourism, cartography, and international relations.
For a checklist of the University’s graduation requirements, see the Academic Policies & University Requirements section of this catalog. Specific requirements for geography minors are as follows:
- A grade of “C” or better is required for any course used to complete the requirements of the minor.
- Four courses (12 S.H.) must be taken at WSU.