GEO 199 World Geography: Regions and Concepts 4 hours
Prerequisite: Sophomore standing
A geographic study of world regions with a particular examination of various geographic factors which contribute to development and under-development in world regions. Also examines current geographic issues and problems.
GEO 301 Cultural Geography 3 hours
Prequisites: GEO 199, ENG 108, LS 105
A geographic study of world cultures including mapping, culture regions and diffusion, cultural ecology, cultural landscapes, and cosmology.
GEO 470 Urban Geography 2-3 hours
Pre-requisite: 9 hours of social science or history courses
A geographical study of the city — its development, form and function. Emphasizes historical and cultural factors.
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