Geography Courses (GEOG)
2301 Physical Geography (3-0). A study of the location and distribution of the earth’s natural systems over space and time and the interaction between the physical and human forces.
2305 Fundamentals of Geography (3-0). Designed to meet the needs of those planning to teach geography in all grades. The course gives a broad general background in geographical terms and concepts, introducing physical, human, and world geography.
3302 Human Geography (3-0). A study of the spatial organization of human activity and of people’s relationship with each other and the world in which they live.
3303 World Regional Geography (3-0). An overview of the world’s major regions from a spatial perspective focusing on their distinctive physical and cultural characteristics and the role of each region in the world.
3304 Regional Geography of North America (3-0). An overview from a geographer’s perspective of the many and varied characteristics of the sub-regions within the United States and Canada.
4381 Special Topics (3-0). A course dealing with selected topics in geography. May be repeated once for credit when the topic varies.