Courses in Geography
GEOG1200 Introduction to International Studies (also INTD/POLS1200) 3 s.h.
An overview of the major disciplines represented in the International Studies major. This course will also offer an introduction to contemporary global concerns through a study of current political, economic, and social issues. Discussion of important global issues will lead to a more critical analysis of news and an awareness of the responsibilities of national and international citizenship. Goal 4
GEOG2000 Individual Study 1-3 s.h.
GEOG3000 Individual Study 1-3 s.h.
GEOG3280 Economic Development (also ECON3280) 3 s.h.
A survey of various analytic approaches to the problem of economic development in Asia, Africa, and Latin America, and an examination of their significant policy problems. Goal 4
+ GEOG3330 Geography of Contemporary Affairs (Also POLS3330) 3 s.h.
Introduction to contemporary spatially limited and global concerns by a study of current political, economic, and social issues leading to a more critical analysis of news and an awareness of the responsibilities of national and international citizenship.
GEOG3900 Advanced Topics in Geography 3 s.h.
An in-depth study of topics from various areas of geography. Course topics to be announced prior to each semester they are offered. May be repeated for credit.
GEOG4000 Individual Study 1-3 s.h.
+Denotes an alternate year course.