In 1964, Miranda House became the first women's college to offer Geography as a discipline at the undergraduate level. Since then it has maintained a tradition of high academic and co- curricular excellence in both B.A. Honours and B.A. Programme.

Geography is a unique blend of the basic and social sciences. It helps provide a wide range of information and understanding that is essential for making sense of a world riddled with problems of space and society, using the traditional approach of fieldwork, mapping and spatial analysis, complemented by the latest statistical methods, computer cartography, and Geographical Information System.

This course creates an arena of opportunities for the academically inclined as well as for those students who explore options outside the subject after their degree courses in business, administration, law and planning. It also offers a number of rewarding opportunities in teaching at all levels of the education system.