• Geography Graduate Studies

    Syracuse University has long been one of North America’s leading centers for graduate training in geography, with specializations in critical human geography, nature-society relations, geohumanities, community geography, geospatial analysis, and physical geography. We value research that is socially engaged, empirically grounded and theoretically driven. Our graduate students are part of a vibrant intellectual community and work closely with faculty members in research and teaching.

    The Geography program at the Maxwell School offers Ph.D. and M.A. degrees, as well a C.A.S. in GIS and Spatial Analysis. Master's students may also pursue a joint M.A./M.P.A. degree in conjunction with the Maxwell School’s Public Administration and International Affairs department

    For more information, click on the links below or contact Matt Huber, Director of Graduate Studies, at mthuber@maxwell.syr.edu. Detailed information about departmental structure, policies and practices are contained in the Graduate Handbook

    new graduate students 2019
    SU Geography welcomes our incoming graduate students Dakota Bailey, Mirella Pretell, Mike Kelly, Nicole Moeller Gonzalez, and Joey DiStefano.