GY 105 - WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY

Semester Hours: 3

This course introduces the study of not only the location of places, but more importantly the physical and cultural features, economies, and population of the world's geographic regions. By exploring the interactions between people and their environment.

GY 110 - PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN GEOGRAPHY

Semester Hours: 3

This course serves as an introduction to geography as the science of location, emphasis on spatial patterns of human activities. Location of economic activities, location of cities as market and porduction centers, movement networks, and images and perceptions of landscapes form the core of the course.