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Geography (GEG)

Chairperson: Professor Green (Landscape Architecture)

101 World Geography (3)

An examination of major world regions. Basic geographic concepts are presented. Physiographic, political, economic, social, and cultural influences are addressed in a spatial context. (Lec. 3) (S) [D]

104 Political Geography (3)

Pattern of political units throughout the world; special emphasis on boundaries, newly independent nations, and other aspects of political control over territory. (Lec. 3) (S) [D]

200 Human Geography (3)

The evolution of human environments from the Stone Age to the contemporary megalopolis and the emergent world city in terms of human-earth-space-resource relationships. (Lec. 3)

202 Introductory Urban Geography: Understanding Cities

See Community Planning 202.

203 Economic Geography (3)

Surveys the geographic backgrounds of economic activities. Populations and the resources of agriculture, industry, and commerce in terms of their world and regional distribution. (Lec. 3)

488 (511) Geographic Applications in the K-12 Curricula (3)

Learning how geography interrelates with other topical curricula. Classroom teachers integrate geographic concepts, for lesson plan development using National Geographic Standards and other source materials, into their subject specialization. Emphasis on the spatial aspects of all curricula. (Lec. 3)


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