Environmental Geography (GEOG 280.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
GEOG 280 02 January 2018 Bertram Weichel
 
GEOG 280 E40 May 2017 Bertram Weichel
 
GEOG 280 02 January 2017 Bertram Weichel
GEOG 280 W02 January 2017 Rodney Johnson
GEOG 280 W10 January 2017 Rodney Johnson
GEOG 280 W16 January 2017 Rodney Johnson
GEOG 280 W20 January 2017
GEOG 280 W40 January 2017 Rodney Johnson
GEOG 280 W50 January 2017
 
GEOG 280 W01 September 2016 Rodney Johnson
GEOG 280 W11 September 2016
GEOG 280 W15 September 2016
GEOG 280 W21 September 2016
GEOG 280 W41 September 2016 Rodney Johnson
GEOG 280 W51 September 2016
 
GEOG 280 W02 July 2016
 
GEOG 280 E41 May 2016
 
GEOG 280 02 January 2016
GEOG 280 W02 January 2016
GEOG 280 W10 January 2016
GEOG 280 W16 January 2016
GEOG 280 W20 January 2016
GEOG 280 W50 January 2016

Description

An introduction to the geographic perspectives on resources and the environment. This course introduces environmental geography as an integrative science to explore the relationships between human and physical systems.

Prerequisite(s)

3 credit units of GEOG courses and 21 credit units of additional University course work.

Note

Geography majors are encouraged to take GEOG 120 and 130 before registering in this course. GEOG 280 is a Social Science course but may be used to satisfy the Science requirement for the following Program Types in the College of Arts and Science A (Humanities), B (Social Science), D (Fine Arts), E (B.F.A. in Studio Art), F (B.F.A. in Drama), and G (B.Mus.).

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