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Alumni Survey - Department of Geography

1. Major at UCM (CMSU):
2. Minor:
3. Who/what attracted you to the study of geography at Central Missouri?
4. Are you currently employed?
5. If you are employed, what is your job title?
6. If you are employed, please briefly describe your job responsibilities.
7. Have you had advanced professional or specialized training since graduating from UCM? If so, please describe.
8. Did your UCM academic experience provide adequate background for your present employment?
9. If not, explain:
10. Which geography COURSES and ACTIVITIES did you find most useful toward your career?
11. Which geographic SKILLS do you find most useful toward your career? (spatial reasoning, map interpretation, cartography, GIS, research methods, analytical thinking, etc.)
12. What courses/areas were NOT offered at Central Missouri that would have been helpful to you?
13. What supporting classes in OTHER DISCIPLINES were most beneficial to your career?
14. On a scale of 1 to 5 (5 the highest), please rate your level of satisfaction with the following items as they pertain to the Department of Geography at Central Missouri.

15. Variety of geography courses
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16. Frequency of course offerings
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17. Assistance from your geography professors
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18. Accessibility of your geography professors
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19. Information/advising for your geography degree
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20. Facilities
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21. Map and globe resources
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22. Special events/activities
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23. Skills development
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24. Knowledge development
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25. Preparation for graduate school/job market
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26. Overall satisfaction with the program
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27. Strengths of the Geography program at Central Missouri:
28. Weaknesses of the Geography program at Central Missouri:
29. Suggestions: