Option 1, General Geography (36 credit hours)
Gives majors a broad background in geography.
Option 2, Environmental Science (EnvS) (40 credit hours)
Allows geography majors to concentrate on coursework in environmental science.
Option 3, Environmental Studies (40 credit hours)
Gives geography majors the opportunity to concentrate on the topic of human-environmental interaction, emphasizing policy and social issues.
Option 4, Urban Studies (39 credit hours)
Allows geography majors to concentrate on social and spatial aspects of metropolitan growth and change. Students are given the opportunity to take advanced planning courses in their junior and senior years.
Option 5, Environmental Science Education (48 credit hours)
Allows geography majors to merge an environmental science/studies emphasis in GES with secondary science licensure in the School of Education at CU Denver. The goal is to provide students with discipline-specific content knowledge that applies to and improves, middle/high school science education.