Geography, B.A.

Program Requirements

Intellectual Foundations Requirements
33-39 credit hours
Required Courses (18 cr)
GEG 101WORLD NATURAL ENVIRONMENTS3
GEG 102HUMAN GEOGRAPHY3
GEG 325MAPS AND MAPMAKING USING GIS3
GEG 390QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN GEOGRAPHY AND PLANNING3
GEG 396RESEARCH METHODS3
Select one course from the following:
WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY
ARCTIC GEOGRAPHY FROM AN INUIT PERSPECTIVE
GEOGRAPHY OF ASIA
GEOGRAPHY OF THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA
GEOGRAPHY OF EUROPE
Electives (21 cr)
Seven additional courses in Geography. Students may, in consultation with their advisor, use these electives to develop a specialty concentration.
METEOROLOGY
WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY
PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY
CONSERVATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
URBAN GEOGRAPHY
URBAN TRANSPORTATION PLANNING
WATERSHED POLLUTION
ARCTIC GEOGRAPHY FROM AN INUIT PERSPECTIVE
GEOGRAPHY OF ASIA
GEOGRAPHY OF THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA
GEOGRAPHY OF EUROPE
SOIL SCIENCE AND MANAGEMENT
EXTREME WEATHER
PAST CLIMATES AND ENVIRONMENTS
WEATHER AND SOCIETY
URBAN ANALYSIS USING GIS
INDUSTRIAL GEOGRAPHY
GEOGRAPHIES OF DEVELOPMENT
REMOTE SENSING
GLOBALIZATION, TECHNOLOGY, COMPETITION, AND SERVICE ECONOMIES
WATERSHED ANALYSIS
BIOGEOGRAPHY
FUNDAMENTALS OF GIS
CORPORATE APPLICATIONS IN GIS
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AND PLANNING APPLICATIONS IN GIS
ADVANCED TOPICS IN GIS
GLOBAL CHANGE
INTERACTIVE AND WEB-BASED MAPPING
Total Credit Hours 120