Geography Courses

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GEO 101|Physical Geography [M/S]

5 Credits

Physical Geography provides an introduction to the physical earth. It may include processes, which impact the earth; it may also include the relationship between humans and the earth. Study of the physical areas and environment of the earth. Topics include the weather, climate, water cycle, soils, and land form studies. The class also covers how humans influence and are influenced by their physical environment.

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GEO 150|Cultural Geography [S/B]

5 Credits

An introduction to the use of human geography as a framework with which to critically analyze and understand the world, both on a micro and macro level. CBC's course in Cultural Geography provides an introduction to the ways in which human groups think about, arrange, and modify their physical habitats. This geographic knowledge is a basic means to understanding one's own world and the worlds of others.

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GEO 199|Special Studies

1–15 Credits

A class used to explore new coursework.

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GEO 299|Special Studies

1–15 Credits

A class used to explore new coursework.

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