Geography

Curriculum SOC.GEO.AS (U230A32)

Geography is the study of the interaction of Earth surface forms and human settlements. It is not only an interesting subject that broadens the horizons of those who study it, but also one that helps individuals, business concerns and governments.

Recommended courses:

 

GEO 104

Contemporary World Cultures

3

 

GEO 105

Economic Geography

3

 

GEO 200

Physical Geography: Weather & Climate

4

 

GEO 201

Physical Geography: Maps & Land Forms

4

 

GEO 296

Special Topics in Geography

1-4

(Select courses that meet the BS requirements of your transfer college.)

General education requirements: AS degree

40-41

Geography courses or other electives for AS degree

23-24

See GEO course descriptions.

Chairperson: Bill Decker, Ext. 3509