Geography (GEOG)

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GEOG 231 PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY3 Credits

Survey of the atmosphere, lithosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere including a topical analysis of land forms, weather and climate, soils, and vegetation. Emphasis is on understanding processes of and relationships between the spheres. This course meets the Essential Studies Physical Science non-lab requirement.

GEOG 232 CULTURAL GEOGRAPHY3 Credits

Geographical relationships and interactions of cultural, social, economic, ethnic, and political phenomena. Topical approach to population sub-groups, migration, religions, languages, urban and rural settlements, and other attributes of the cultural landscape.