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Study Your Environment Through Geospatial Science at UW-Stevens Point

At the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, geospatial science majors are detectives who try to reveal the past and future of the Earth. Geospatial science majors enjoy studying the relationship between people, places and the planet. If this sounds intriguing to you, consider joining us in the Department of Geography and Geology. 

The geospatial science major allows students to pursue degrees with specializations in geographc information science and cartography, cultural geography, urban planning and geodesign (the use of geospatial technologies to plan built and natural environments).

The Earth Science minor incorporates the study of earth materials, geologic, geomorphic and atmospheric processes, and their geospatial relationships. 

Post-graduate opportunities

Graduates with a bachelor’s degree in geospatial science often find employment in private firms, in local, state and federal agencies, and in teaching, primarily at the secondary level.