Geography: Requirements for the Minor

Disciplinary Minor

Supporting Courses, (6 credits)

GEOG 250: Displays of Geographic Information (3 credits)

Choose one of these:

GEOG 102: World Regions and Concepts: A Geographic Analysis (3 credits)

GEOG 202: Introduction to Cultural Geography (3 credits)

GEOG 210: Human Geography and Concepts (3 credits)

GEOSCI 202: Physical Geology (4 credits)

PU EN AF 102: Environment and Society (3 credits)

Upper-Level Courses, (12 credits)

Courses selected must come from at least two of the following areas.
Internships and independent study opportunities are available with faculty approval.

Physical Geography:

ENV SCI 320: The Soil Environment (4 credits)

ENV SCI 342: Environmental Geology (3 credits)

GEOG 325: Regional Climatology (3 credits)

GEOG 470: Quaternary Geology (3 credits)

Human Geography:

GEOG 341: The City and its Regional Context (3 credits)

GEOG 342: Settlement Geography (3 credits)

Regional Geography:

GEOG 321: Coastal Resources Policy and Management (3 credits)

GEOG 370: Geography of South America (3 credits)

UR RE ST 499: Travel Course (1-6 credits)

Geographic Techniques:

ENV SCI 454: Remote Sensing and GIS (4 credits)

GEOG 350: GIS in Public and Environmental Policy (2 credits)

GEOG 351: Elements of Cartography (3 credits)

GEOG 353: Air Photo Interpretation (3 credits)

GEOG 450: Advanced Geographic Information Systems (3 credits)

Internships and independent study opportunities are available with faculty approval.