Introduction to the description and distribution of landforms with emphasis on lithospheric, hydrospheric and atmospheric relationships. Natural (physical) science credit given. Credit for both GEOG106 and NSCI107 not permitted.
Introduction to earth-sun relationships, maps and elementary principles of atmospheric science. Natural (physical) science credit given. Credit for both GEOG108 and NSCI105 not permitted.
A study of the physical environment, resources, past and present economic development, population distribution and historical development of Europe, Asia, the Islamic Middle East and North Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America and North America.
A study of the internal and external interrelationships of the various economic groupings of the world; i.e. North America, Europe and the emerging third world.
A study of the relationship of environment, culture and adaptive patterns; i.e., socio-economic development. A special emphasis will be placed upon the current problems assiciated with food supplies, shortages, and the third world development.
The study of the geographical features and cultural history of the major regions in South America, Central America and the Caribbean with special concern for their 20th century development.
The study of the geography of Japan, China, Korea, Southeast Asia and India with special emphasis on the impact of the major religions, regional rivalries, and 20th century development.
Special topics such as regional, historical, economic, urban, cultural or physical geography. May be repeated up to a total of 12 credits. (1-4) 1-4
This is designed to provide an opportunity for specialized study of issues, problems and selected topics in geography.