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GEOG 101
3.00 cr.
Physical Geography

The earth is shaped by a complex array of processes which, when taken together, produce our weather, climate, water movements, and landforms. This course examines the various features of the atmosphere, hydrosphere, lithosphere, and biosphere and addresses various environmental concerns.

GEOG 102
3.00 cr.
Human Geography

Interrelationships between cultures and their environments are examined. Emphasis is given to the aerial distribution and significance of populations, cultural origins, subsistence, politics, economics, language, and religion.