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Geography (GPHY)

101: Physical Geography. (3-3-0)
Earth and the solar system, elements of physical geography and basis of natural regionalism, weather and climate, landforms, hydrography, vegetation, soils and minerals.

102: Cultural Geography. (3-3-0)
Earth and man, elements of cultural geography, population distribution, settlement types and patterns, the regional concept, and economic and political regions.

105: Regional Geography (3-3-0)
This course includes the examination of cultural regions and landscapes in relation to the concept of Globalization. It studies the concepts of space, place and home as well as ideas of nationalism within the context of available natural resources and efficient technologies in relation to cultural realities.

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