An introduction course in the physical and cultural phenomena of the earth, stressing spatial distribution of these phenomena.
Offered: Resident and Online
Geographic approach to a specific region of the world through historic, cultural, economic, political and physical geography. Course may be repeated as topics vary. (Formerly GEOG 420)
Registration Restrictions: Junior or Senior status
Prerequisite: GOVT 200 or GOVT 210 or GOVT 220 or GOVT 001 or GOVT 002 or BIOL 101 or BIOL 102 or BIOL 103 or BIOL 104 or BIOL 200 or BIOL 001 or BIOL 002 or BUSI 303 or BUSI 365 or BUSI 437 or BUSI 464 or BUSI 465 or BUSI 496
A course dedicated to showing the interrelationships between geography and fields of study supportive of geography in such issues as national security, environmental crises, and global interdependence. Extensive writing and communication skills can be expected.
Registration Restrictions: Junior status
Note: (Offered as needed)
GEOG 495 - Directed Research (1 to 3 hours)
GEOG 497 - Special Topics in Geography (1 to 3 hours)