GEOG-1301  Physical Geography
This course is designed to enhance student understanding of the physical and human elements that have shaped the present physical environments and cultures of the world. Emphasis is placed on scientific principles and explanations underlying the distribution of tectonic activities and landforms, elements and factors of local and world climates, population, economic activities, cultures, urban landscapes, and political systems. The important role of maps in geography is also discussed.
GEOG-1302  Cultural Geography
Introduction to the concepts which provide a foundation for continued study of geography. Includes the different elements of natural environment as related to human activities, modes of living, and map concepts. The semester emphasizes cultural geography.
GEOG-1303  World Regional Geography
A survey of the world's major geographic regions, with emphasis on intra-regional and inter-regional similarities and differences in climates, land and water resources, population distribution, and the extent of resource utilization. Physical and human factors that enhance, hinder, or threaten economic development and living conditions in the respective regions are also stressed.
 Spring_2019_(mini_2-8_Weeks) - 1 section(s)
 Fall_2018 - 1 section(s)
 Spring_2018_Mini_2 - 1 section(s)
 FALL_2017 - 1 section(s)
 SPRING_2017_MINI_2 - 1 section(s)
GEOG-2389  Academic Cooperative
An instructional program designed to integrate on-campus study with practical hands-on experience in geography. In conjunction with class seminars, the individual student will set specific goals and objectives in the study of human social behavior and/or social institutions.