The Department of Geography is offering undergraduate and graduate level courses in the discipline of geography. This discipline has been opened to meet the old demands of the people of Upper Sindh especially Sukkur & Larkana Divisions. The classes of BS (Four Year) Program have commened from the Academic year 2005-06.  Department of Geography creates the broad vision and cognitive ability of students to understand Natural disasters, Global warming, melting of glaciers, weather forecasting and tracker system through Geographic information system (GIS). Urban and regional planning, remote sensing, global positioning system, world as a global village environmental pollution and all technical skills concerned to the field of geography.

Geographers are study material and symbolic transformation of the earth in relationship to both human and natural processes. In keeping with contemporary global shifts in culture, the environment, politics and economics, the boundaries of the geographic discipline are dynamic. For example, environmental change, international development, globalization, and new spatial technologies exemplify important arena of study in geography. Theories of space, scale, location, place, region, mobility and displacement allow geographers to critically analyze change in both human and physical environments.

Geography, in both as natural science and as social science, examines people and their environment and serves as a bridge between the physical and cultural worlds. Human geography (a social science) is concerned especially with the political, economic, social, and cultural processes and resource practices that give definition to particular places and that are affected by them. Physical geography (a natural science) focuses on the earth systems that create the natural environment, such as weather, soils, biogeography and earth sculpting processes. Courses offered by the department address a range of these key issues.