Geography - GEO
GEO 325 Introduction to Physical Geography 3 Credits
Physical geography focuses on the reshaping of the Earth's surface through the many interactions that occur between the atmosphere, hydrosphere, lithosphere and biosphere. It entails an examination of the terrestrial and aquatic character of the Earth, its climate and biodiversity and the sources of energy that promote change. Ultimately, physical geography provides a panoramic view of our relationship to a physical setting that is undergoing constant modification.
Fulfills College Core: (part of the Global Citizenship Core Pathway), Field 6 (Natural Sciences)