GEOGRAPHY COURSES (GEOG)

GEOG 112 - CULTURAL GEOGRAPHY (S4 900N)

Prerequisite: Approved reading placement score, or equivalent. This course is a study of world cultures and their patterns across the earth's surface from a geographic perspective. Aspects and principles of economic geography, urban geography, demography, political geography and cultural ecology are applied to the cultures of the world. Special topics include human origins and distribution, language, religion, agriculture, natural hazards, urbanization, industry and recreation.

3 Credit Hours (TC) - Lecture Hours: 3 Laboratory Hours: 0

GEOG 113 - WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY (S4 900N)

Prerequisite: Approved reading placement score, or equivalent. This course is a study of selected world regions from a geographic point of view. Aspects and principles of economic geography, political geography, cultural geography, historical geography, and physical geography are applied to the regions of the world. The major focus of the course is on the non-Western and Third World.

3 Credit Hours (TC) - Lecture Hours: 3 Laboratory Hours: 0

GEOG 116 - GEOGRAPHY OF THE DEVELOPING WORLD (S4 902N)

Prerequisite: Approved reading placement score, or equivalent. This course surveys the developing world stressing the economic, social, political, and environmental characteristics of Latin America, Africa, and Asia. The basic relationship between the physical environment and cultural characteristics of a region will be explored as a primary focus of the course.

3 Credit Hours (TC) - Lecture Hours: 3 Laboratory Hours: 0

GEOG 118 - GEOGRAPHY OF THE DEVELOPED WORLD (S4 901)

Prerequisite: Approved reading placement score, or equivalent. This course surveys the developed world stressing the economic, social, political, and environmental characteristics of North America, Europe, and other technologically advanced regions of the world. The basic relationship between the physical environment and cultural characteristics of a region will be explored as a primary focus of the course.

3 Credit Hours (TC) - Lecture Hours: 3 Laboratory Hours: 0

GEOG 200 - ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY (S4 903N)

Prerequisite: Approved reading placement score, or equivalent. This course introduces international aspects of industrial raw materials, agricultural commodities, industrial location, transportation and energy supplies. The scientific method is utilized in problem solving. Students develop skills in working with topographic maps, aerial photographs, formulating and testing hypotheses, evaluating locations from a geographic point of view, and analyzing computer generated maps of land use.

3 Credit Hours (TC) - Lecture Hours: 3 Laboratory Hours: 0