About GPS

About GPS

Geography, Planning & Sustainability

The Department of Geography Planning & Sustainability (GPS) is a dynamic department composed of our faculty, staff, and students. Our faculty are an energetic group who value both student learning and innovative scholarly and applied research.

The Department currently has about 175 majors spread among our degree programs in Geography, Environmental & Sustainability Studies, Geographic Information Science, and Community and Environmental Planning, and the 4+1 programs in Environmental & Sustainability Studies with the Master's in Business Administration and Community and Environmental Planning with the Master’s of Science in Urban and Regional Planning.

The Department of Geography Planning & Sustainability is located on the third floor of Robinson Hall.

Learn more about our faculty, our academic programs, and our research through our department website. And, feel free to get in touch!

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GPS' Heritage

Learn about the history of our department

Students & Alumni

See what our current students and recent graduates are up to!

Faculty & Staff

Learn about the faculty and staff who make up the department