Major Curriculum Worksheets - NEW FOR FALL 2021 ONWARD
If you are looking for curriculum guides from before Fall 2021, please email geog-advise [at] umd.edu. To declare, schedule an appointment with an advisor.
Geographical Sciences: Geospatial Data Science (Formerly GIS & Computer Cartography)
A full listing of detailed graduation requirements for all Geographical Sciences offerings can be found in the Undergraduate Catalog.
Major Four and Two Year Sample Plans
The following are sample plans designed to aid students in completing their own graduation plans. The Two-Year plans are designed for students transferring to the University of Maryland with an Associate's Degree. Your own plan will likely look very different. Schedule an appointment with an advisor if you need assistance with your specific plan. Is your MATH placement score below MATH120 (a benchmark requirement)? That's okay! Please contact an advisor for more information on how to successfully achieve the necessary MATH course for the major.
Geographical Sciences - Four Year Plan
Geographical Sciences - Two Year Plan
Geographical Sciences: Geospatial Data Science - Four Year Plan
Geographical Sciences: Geospatial Data Science - Two Year Plan
Geographical Sciences: Computational Earth Observation Science - Four Year Plan
Geographical Sciences: Computational Earth Observation Science - Two Year Plan
Minor Curriculum Worksheets
Advising Forms for Current Students
Permission to Enroll in Another Institution
If students want to take a course(s) away from the university, they must complete the Permission to Enroll in Another Institution online form. Students must obtain appropriate approval(s) from the college and/or the department.
Special Courses Forms
GEOG384/385: Internship Information, Application, & Evaluation Forms (Internship Professor is Dr. Keith Yearwood for Fall/Spring and Advising Office for Winter/Summer).
GEOG398/498: Independent Study Application
Independent Studies are semester long, individualized academic research projects. Students work with a faculty supervisor to design and research an original thesis.
Graduate Level Courses: Permission to Take a Graduate Course for Undergraduate Credit
Students who meet certain criteria are eligible to take a graduate level course(s). Student should print and complete the Permission to Take a Graduate Level Course for Undergraduate Credit form.