GEOG 101 | Principles of Physical Geography (3 credit hours)
This course is the introductory study of the relationship of man and environment, with an emphasis placed upon climate regions of the world.
General Studies Outcome: Methods of Inq & Explanatory Schema – Soc Science

GEOG 103 | Human Geography (3 credit hours)
Human Geography is the study of the human elements of the environment with emphasis on the origins of culture, population trends, world cultures, economies of man, and urban and political systems.
General Studies Outcome: Methods of Inq & Explanatory Schema – Soc Science

GEOG 305 | Economic Geography (3 credit hours)
The purpose of economic geography is to introduce the student to the basic concepts, analytical tools and resources that explain ways in which individuals and organizations organize their economic activities in geographical locations. It further develops the influence of various institutional arrangements that affect spatial interdependencies. Finally, the course explains the use of demographic data in interpreting international target markets. This course is cross-listed as ECON 305.
Prerequisite Required: ECON 220
General Studies Outcome: Methods of Inq & Explanatory Schema – Soc Science