ACTS Common Course - GEOG2103
A survey of major regions with particular emphasis upon Europe, the Commonwealth of Independent States, the Orient, the Mid East, Africa, and Latin America.
ACTS Common Course - GEOG1113
A systematic treatment of the major concepts of human geography and their application to modern problems, consideration of population, cultural patterns and processes, political organization of space, agricultural and rural land use, industrialization and economic development, and cities and urban land use.
Cross-listed: FW 2833
An introductory course dealing with computer organized spatial and attribute data. GIS is a system of specialized computer programs with the capability to manipulate and analyze data for problem solving.
A description and interpretation of the physical features of the surface zone of the earth and how man interrelates with this complex natural environment.
A regional study emphasizing the physical and cultural aspects of Anglo America.
A regional study of the lands and people of Latin America and their interrelationships. Particular attention will be given to Mexico, Brazil, and Argentina.
A regional study of the physical and cultural aspects of Europe (including the C.I.S.) and their interrelationships.
A regional study of the lands and peoples of Asia and their interrelationships with particular emphasis on India, China, and Japan.
A study of how space and place is transformed through time. Through a focus on the geographies of the past throughout North America, this course examines the ways humans interact with the environment to create a material-cultural landscape.
A study of the resources at man's disposal and his economic activities in utilizing these resources. Special attention is given to industrial and agricultural resources of leading nations.
Note: May not be repeated for credit as GEOG 5023 or equivalent.
An examination of the way society remembers the past and portrays this collective memory through socially constructed monuments.
A seminar on current world geographic influences that affect the nations of the world, such as demographics, complex environmental and physical changes, and political and economic relationships.
Offered: On demand
Prerequisite: Departmental approval
Advanced students carry out independent research activity relating to a significant problem in a major field of study. Supervised by faculty member. Formal report and presentation required. One to four credits depending on problem selected and effort made.
A directed seminar in an area of cultural geography. The specific focus will depend upon research under way, community or student need, and the unique educational opportunity available.
May be repeated for credit if course content changes.
(for a maximum of six hours)
Admission requires consent of department head.