GPHY 433 - Community Resilience. 3 Credits.
Offered most springs. Prereq., WRIT 101 or equivalent, and one intermediate writing course. Examines human-environment relations and interactions. Topics include: human geographic perspectives on landscape, cultural ecology, political ecology, community resilience in relation to complex adaptive systems, and planning applications.
Gen Ed Attributes: Writing Course-Advanced
Degree Specific Credits: 43 - 56 Required Cumulative GPA: 2.5 Catalog Year: 2018-2019 General Education Requirements Information regarding these requirements can be found in the General Education Section of the catalog. Summary
The B.S. in Geography is designed to accommodate those students who are interested in pursuing more science-based and technical areas of study and work in the field of Geography, such as aspects involving physical geography and geospatial technologies, or environmental planning. Those pursuing a geography B.S. degree (with or without an option) must complete 6-10 additional credits (a two-course sequence) of science coursework. The classes must be selected and approved by the student and advisor as appropriate to individual student goals (e.g., BIOO 105N , BIOE 172N ) .
The general geography B.A. degree (without concentration) is very flexible. In addition to meeting the core requirements for all geography majors, students may choose electives in geography (minimum 17, maximum 31 elective credits) from the fields of regional geography, geographic methods and techniques, or systematic geography (physical geography, human-environment interaction, or geography and society).