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Department of Geography, Geology and Planning

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Explore and study Earth

Connect yourself to Earth’s sciences: social, physical or natural.

Survey the past and present. Use technology to build, plan and aid public needs. 

Grow through expert faculty, field trips and engaging research.

Your field awaits.

Undergraduate programs

Select a major that matches your career goals.

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Major

Geography

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Major

Geology

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Certificates

Explore certificates

Already have a major?

Consider adding a minor.

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Minors

Explore minors

Complement or strengthen your major with a touch of science.

Research and outreach

We can help you network, grow and discover.

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Ozarks Environmental and Water Resource Institute

Protect and restore water quality in the region. Take part in projects and research.

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Meteorite, rock, mineral or fossil identification

You’ve found something. What is it?

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Center for Resource Planning and Management

Build experience for your future in planning. Help plan and develop community projects.

Spring semester of 2021 seminars

Access the schedule to learn more about the dates, speakers and topics. All seminars are free and open to the public.

Geosciences blog news

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