Introduction to basic principles of physical and human geography. Covers patterns of settlement, population, resource and economic development, climates, and landforms.
A study of the world in terms of its physical, historical, cultural, economic, and environmental factors. Course focuses on each region of the world and how its residents create their own cultural landscape.
This course is presented from a social science perspective toward the physical processes on the surface of the earth, including landforms, weather, river systems, earthquakes and volcanoes; and how these processes affect humans and their societies and environments. This class will include investigative activities, field trips and outdoor experiments.
This course explores the cultural and physical geography of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Alaska and Lower British Columbia. During this course students will examine physical geography concepts and their relationship to settlement, population, and economic patterns. Prerequisite: placement in ENGL& 101.
Reading, writing, discussion and oral presentations designed to develop in-depth, advanced level knowledge of a topic in Geography. Required preparation: acceptance into the Honors Program.