GEOG 121 World Regional Geography
(3) An introduction to basic geographical concepts used by geographers in examining the fundamental contrasts between various countries of the world. Analysis of regions of the world, western and non-western, with respect to physical, cultural (both majority and minority), political and economic orientation.
GEOG 201 Introduction to Physical Geography
(4) The spatial significance of land forms, water bodies and soils. Emphasis is placed on both the man-land relationship and the concept of location. Three lectures and one two-hour laboratory per week.
GEOG 202 Introduction to Weather and Climate
(4) The interrelationship of weather elements and controls and the spatial distributions of climate and vegetation. Three lectures and one two-hour laboratory a week.
GEOG 204 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems GIS
(3) (Prereq: GEOG 121) A survey course that provides an introduction to the display, manipulation and management of geographic information systems. Topics include geographical data input, storage, maintenance, analysis and retrieval.
GEOG 399 Independent Study
(1-6) (Prereq: Written contract between student and instructor) May be repeated for credit under different topics.
GEOG 424 Geography of North America
(3) Physical and cultural geography of North America with emphasis on the United States.
GEOG 425 Geography of Europe
(3) Physical and cultural geography of Europe.
GEOG 426 Geography of Latin America
(3) Physical, cultural, and economic geography of Latin America.