The objective of this minor is to acquaint the student with the differences and similarities that exist from place to place on Earth’s surface in both natural and cultural environments. It is designed to accommodate a range of interests from the very general to specific subject matter within geography. Education majors who would be involved with a social science curriculum would also find this minor beneficial.
Required Courses (12 credit hours)
GEG 101 WORLD NATURAL ENVIRONMENTS 3
GEG 102 HUMAN GEOGRAPHY 3
GEG 325 MAPS AND MAPMAKING USING GIS 3
Select one of the following Regional courses: 3
GEG 300 WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY
GEG 359 ARCTIC GEOGRAPHY FROM AN INUIT PERSPECTIVE
GEG 360 GEOGRAPHY OF ASIA
GEG 362 GEOGRAPHY OF THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA
GEG 364 GEOGRAPHY OF EUROPE
Electives (6 credit hours)
Two upper-division Geography courses selected by advisement 6
Total Credit Hours 18
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