GEOG 401 - Regional Geography of the Western World

Major culture areas of the Western world and the unique interaction of human and physical phenomena that produces the distinctive character of these areas. Emphasis on the manner in which people of different cultures have made use of the opportunities and solved the problems existing in the major regions occupied by Western culture; Europe, Russia, the Americas, and Australia and New Zealand.
Credits: 4
Previously offered: Spring 2012, Fall 2011, Summer 2012, Fall 2012, Fall 2013, Fall 2014

GEOG 402 - Regional Geography of the Non-Western World

Major culture areas of the non-Western world and the unique interaction of human and physical phenomena that produces the distinctive character of these areas. Emphasis on the manner in which people of different cultures have made use of opportunities and solved problems existing in the major regions occupied by non-Western cultures: the Middle East and North Africa, Africa south of the Sahara, Oriental Asia and the Pacific Islands.
Credits: 4
Currently offered: Spring 2015
Previously offered: Spring 2012, Summer 2011, Spring 2013, January 2013, Summer 2013, Spring 2014

GEOG 581 - Human Geography

Differentiation of the world in terms of population, race, language, religion, political territory, and economic life. Collection and critical use of empirical data; emphasis on spatial and ecological analysis.
Credits: 4
Previously offered: Summer 2014