Geography (GEOG)

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

GEOG 125.  Principles of Human Geography   3 credit hours

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

GEOG 210.  Introduction to World Geography   3 credit hours

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 credit hours

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 credit hours

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 credit hours

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

GEOG 542.  Geography of Europe   3 credit hours

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 credit hours

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.