GEOG - Geography

Courses numbered 100 to 299 = lower-division; 300 to 499 = upper-division; 500 to 799 = undergraduate/graduate.

GEOG 125.  Principles of Human Geography   (3).

General education introductory course (social science). An introductory course examining the development of human and cultural landscapes.

GEOG 210.  Introduction to World Geography   (3).

General education introductory course (social science). A general survey of world geography including an analysis of the physical, political, economic, historical and cultural geography. Course includes diversity content.

GEOG 235.  Meteorology   (3).

General education advanced further study course (natural sciences). Cross-listed as GEOL 235. An introductory study of the atmosphere and its properties and the various phenomena of weather. Includes a brief survey of important principles of physical, dynamic, synoptic and applied meteorology. Does not apply toward a major or minor in geology. Requires field trips at the option of the instructor. Prerequisite: instructor's consent.

GEOG 510.  World Geography   (3).

A study of world regions including an analysis of each region's physical, political, economic, historical and cultural geography. Focus on a specific geographical problem for in-depth study and analysis. May not be taken if credit has been received for GEOG 210. Prerequisite: instructor's consent.

GEOG 530.  Geography of Latin America   (3).

General education advanced further study course (social sciences). Physical, political, economic, historical and human geography of Latin America.

GEOG 542.  Geography of Europe   (3).

General education advanced further study course (social sciences). Physical, political, economic, historical and human geography of Europe.

GEOG 695.  Special Studies in Geography   (1-3).

3 or 2 Classroom hours; 3 Lab hours. Lab fee. (Lab is included when appropriate.) Systematic study in a selected area of topical interest in geography. Course given on demand; repeatable for credit when content differs. May require field trips. Prerequisite: junior standing.