Environmental scholars and geographers seek a holistic understanding of the Earth that links natural processes with human activities. How do we shape the Earth, and how does the Earth shape us? Unique tools of the trade include Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Global Positioning Systems (GPS) to visualize human and natural phenomena. They emphasize applied learning at all levels (field studies, study abroad, internships, and service-learning projects) with an interdisciplinary curriculum spanning the College of Arts and Sciences and with links to the School of Business and the College of Law. Career opportunities for graduates are as diverse as the planet itself. Examples include public and private sector employment, urban planning, international development, wildlife conservation, geospatial analysis, environmental policy, environmental education, and resource management, among others. Students may not pursue the B.A. and B.S. degrees simultaneously.