GEOG 1303. World Regional Geography. 3 Hours.
Students study both the developed and developing regions of the world, with an emphasis on an awareness of prevailing conditions and emerging issues, including the diversity of ideas and practices in various regions. Major topics include culture, religion, language, landforms, climate, agriculture, and economic activities.
GEOG 413. Cultural Geography. 3 Hours.
This course involves an in-depth study of major topics in human and cultural geography, ranging from religious values in the landscape, the political partitioning of earth space, to an exploration of the spatial aspects of popular culture. Students will be involved in the selection of topics.