Geography- Master of Arts

For information, contact:
Director of Graduate Studies
Department of Geography
216 Shideler Hall (513-529-5010)

Research and Support Facilities

Computer lab with state-of-the-art GIS hardware and software, including ArcGIS and Imagine. This facility is supported by a large format (E size) color ink jet printer. There is a microclimatology/precipitation chemistry station at the nearby Ecology Research Center and three stream monitoring stations at Hueston Woods State Park. An extensive collection of aerial photos, maps, and digital data is available for graduate research support.

Admission Requirements

Six courses, including introductory human geography, introductory physical geography, cartography or GIS, a quantitative methods course, and two additional advanced courses, are generally required. Deficiencies may be made up after admission.

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