College of Arts and Sciences
GEG 315 World Geography Three hours
This course highlights the topography, climate, natural resources, and demography of the seven continents and further emphasizes map, and political status of major world powers and other global considerations.
GEG 321 Cultural Geography and Anthropology Three hours
Students explore the interplay of natural environment, social organization and culture. Emphasis is on the diverse ways that ethnicity emerges as various human groups adjust to locale in which they live.
GEG 332 Economic Geography Three hours
This course is a study of the influence of geographical factors on development of economic activities, production, location of industries, manufacturing, commerce, international trade, and economic welfare.
GEG 442 Political Geography Three hours
This course is a study of the influence of geographical factors on political institutions, foreign policies, and national and international attitudes of people of modern nations. Prerequisites: POL 110 or consent of instructor.
GEG 480 Selected Topics Three hours
A survey and discussion of selected advanced topics in contemporary geography including such subjects as Human Geography, Spatial Research, Computerized Topography, etc.