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It is expected that students will spend 2 to 3 hours, minimally, outside of the classroom/laboratory performing course related work such as readings, research, homework assignments, practica, studio work, and other academic work for every hour of instruction spent in the classroom/laboratory.
This course surveys the discipline of Geography, including physical environment, human society, and the use of maps and geographic technology. Students will learn about the interface between climate, landforms, vegetation, human population, culture, economic patterns, and natural resources.
(3 contact hours) (TM) [Catalog Entry]
This course examines world regions and their environmental, cultural, social, geopolitical, and economic processes. It views regions and places within the broader context of world change and the interface between globalization and local places. The course is organized around regional themes and students will study all major regions of the world.
(3 contact hours) (TM, TAG) [Catalog Entry]
This course examines the environmental, cultural, social, geopolitical, and economic processes that characterize North America. Students will study regions and places within the US and Canada from a spatial viewpoint that emphasizes location, distribution, and relationships between society and environment. (3 contact hours) (TM) [Catalog Entry]
Prerequisite: GEOG 2700 or permission of instructor or department chair.
Students will work for 100 hours under the direction of a qualified professional in geospatial technology. Students will work in a private or public agency with a focus on geospatial technology functions, including data acquisition, management, report and map making, or other geospatial tasks. The classroom seminar provides students with an overview of procedural, professional, and ethical issues faced by a geospatial technician on the job. Students will prepare a summary project for presentation to the class. Students may take this course up to two times for credit.
(8 contact hours: 1 lecture, 7 clinical) [Catalog Entry] ADDITIONAL FEES: $35.00