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2009-2010 Academic Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Geography B.A.


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View information for the Department of Anthropology and Geography , including Learning Objectives for the department and its programs.

Requirements


1. Complete University General Education requirements for the Bachelor of Arts degree.


(51 units minimum)

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3. Complete the major of not less than 36 upper-division units as approved by the major adviser.


Four units of CR-graded coursework in courses graded exclusively CR/NC may apply toward the major.

4. Completion of a minor is recommended but not required.


Note:


Students are encouraged to take additional courses in supporting fields that relate to their career interests. See adviser for further information.

The Major


(36 units minimum)

1. Complete 36 units of upper-division course work as follows:


a. Topical Human Geography:


(10 units minimum)

Note:


If Cultural Geography is taken at the lower-division level, GEOG 3020 (Human Ecology) should be taken to fulfill 1. a.i.

b. Topical Physical Geography:


(6 units)

Complete the following two courses:

Note:


With prior approval, certain other regional geography courses may be substituted for the courses listed above. See your adviser.

Note:


In the event that GEOG 4700 or 4710 is not available, see your adviser regarding a senior thesis option.

Applied Geography Concentration


(36 units)

This concentration is designed to provide a core of geography courses which have a practical application in careers in computer mapping, city planning, public administration, or resource management.

1. Complete the prerequisites to the major.


(6 units)

4. Complete the following as per advisement:


(18 units)

  1. Six units of Physical Geography
  2. Three units of Regional Geography
  3. Six units of Human Geography
  4. Three units of upper-division Geography Electives

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