Updated every academic year, the Guide is a complete and invaluable reference for faculty, prospective students, government agencies, and private firms in the United States, Canada, and throughout the world.
It includes detailed information on undergraduate and graduate geography programs in the United States, Canada, and Latin America, including degree requirements, curricula, faculty qualifications, program specialties, financial assistance, and degrees completed.
The Guide also includes information about government agencies, private firms, and research institutions that employ geographers.
Update: The Guide will soon be moving to an online only format. Nearly all of it will now be publicly available to visitors to the AAG's website. For a preview of what's to come, download the following sections of the Guide (in PDF format):
- Departmental Listings
- Program Specialties
- Theses and Dissertations
- Geography Programs not Listed in the Guide
- Council of Graduate Schools in the United States Resolution Regarding Graduate Scholars, Fellows, Trainees, and Assistants
- Geography Programs at Minority Serving Institutions
- Geography Degrees Conferred in the United States
- Handbook of the Association of American Geographers