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GEOGRAPHY (GEOG 45.07)

GEOG 103. Physical Geography. 3-3-0. Physical processes and world patterns of weather, climate, soil, vegetation, landform, and ocean phenomena. (45.0701)

GEOG 104. World Regional Geography. 3-3-0. Human ecology; a survey of man’s cultural environment. (45.0701)

GEOG 325. Environmental Geography. 3-3-0. An examination of how physical and human processes influence the natural environment.  (45.0701)

GEOG 330. Urban Geography. 3-3-0. An overview of the urban environment, including planning policies, theoretical concepts, and social organization. (45.0701)

GEOG 331. Advanced Physical Geography. 3-3-0. Prerequisite: GEOG 103 or GEOL 101 or permission of department head. Description and analysis of the processes that create various types of landforms. Fa only. (45.0701)

GEOG 340. Cultural Geography. 3-3-0. An overview of contemporary theories and examination of cultural practices with attention on Louisiana’s Bayou Region. (45.0701)

GEOG 370. Meteorology. 3-3-0. Physical properties and processes of the atmosphere and regional differences in climate. (40.0401)

GEOG 375. Geography of Louisiana. 3-3-0. Study of Louisiana’s natural environment as the home of man. (45.0701)

GEOG 376.     Special Topics in Geography.   3-3-0.   Particular topics or issues in contemporary Geography.   May be repeated for credit once if content differs.   (45.0701)

GEOG 401. Medical Geography. 3-3-0. Prerequisite: Junior standing or permission of department head. An examination of the spatial manifestation of disease and health. Medical geography is the intersection of disease ecology, landscape, Geographic Information Sciences (GIS) and epidemiology. (45.0701)

GEOG 403.     Political Geography.   3-3-0.   World patterns of political characteristics; roles of religion and language in nationalism; evolutions of states, problems of underdeveloped countries; international politics and boundary disputes.   (45.0701)

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