Geography Students enjoy numerous opportunities to “get out in the field” to practice their skills, explore some new country, and mostly to have a lot of fun. Trips are usually 2-4 days long, and the department provides transportation, entrance fees, and camping permits.
GEOG 4950 – Advanced Regional Field Studies (1-3 credit hours)
Spring 2003 – San Rafael Swell and Barrier Canyon (Canyonlands N.P.)
Spring 2004 – Kodachrome Basin State Park, Escalante National Monument, Capitol Reef N.P.
Spring 2005 – Escalante/Grand Staircase National Monument
Spring 2006 – Zion National Park
Autumn 2007 – Cultural Geography/Archeology in southern Idaho
Spring 2008 – Death Valley National Park
Autumn 2008 – City of Rocks National Preserve
Spring 2009 – Death Valley National Park
Spring 2009 - Las Vegas, Nevada AAG Meeting (March)
Autumn 2009 - City of Rocks National Preserve
Spring 2010- San Rafael Swell Region
Autumn 2011 - Arches National Park
Spring 2012 - Needles in Canyonlands National Park
Autumn 2012 - City of Rocks National Preserve