Geography, Bachelor of Arts

Requirements

Geography Fundamentals Requirements
GEOG 1000FUNDAMENTALS OF WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY3
GEOG 1020INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN GEOGRAPHY3
GEOG 1030INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY4
GEOG 1050HUMAN-ENVIRONMENT GEOGRAPHY4
GEOG 3530CARTOGRAPHY & GIS2
GEOG 3540CARTOGRAPHY & GIS LAB2
GEOG 4620GEOGRAPHICAL FIELD STUDIES 13
MATH 1530INTRODUCTION TO APPLIED PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS (or other approved statistics course)3
Geography Diversity Requirements
Select a minimum of one course from each of the groups of Geography Diversity courses (see below).15-16
Foreign Language Requirement
Foreign language is required through the intermediate level.
Total Credits39-40
1

Optional method of completing GEOG 4620.

Geographical Field Studies Requirement

Students that have completed study abroad, or military service for more than 6 months outside the USA can complete the course without going on the multiple day field trip. Contact the department for the details regarding this alternative method. GEOG 4620 can also apply to the upper level Global or North American category, depending on the field study destination.

Geography Diversity Groups

Physical Geography
GEOG 3440NEBRASKA NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGMENT3
GEOG 3510METEOROLOGY3
With or without the following laboratory:0-1
INTRODUCTION TO METEOROLOGY LABORATORY
GEOG 4010CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES3
GEOG/GEOL 4040GEOARCHAEOLOGY3
GEOG/BIOL/GEOL 4100BIOGEOGRAPHY3
GEOG 4250LANDFORM STUDIES: THEORY AND STRUCTURAL GEOMORPHOLOGY3
GEOG 4260PROCESS GEOMORPHOLOGY3
GEOG 4320CLIMATOLOGY3
GEOG 4330SOIL GENESIS, MORPHOLOGY AND CLASSIFICATION4
GEOG 4340WATER RESOURCES3
GEOG/ENVN/GEOL/BIOL 4610ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT3
Human Geography
GEOG/ECON 3130ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY3
GEOG 3440NEBRASKA NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGMENT3
GEOG 3930POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY3
GEOG 4010CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES3
GEOG 4120URBAN GEOGRAPHY3
GEOG 4140URBAN SOCIOLOGY3
GEOG/WGST 4150GEOGRAPHY, GENDER AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP3
GEOG 4160URBAN SUSTAINABILITY3
GEOG 4170ADVANCED CULTURAL GEOGRAPHY3
GEOG 4550GEOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC GLOBALIZATION3
GEOG/PA/BIOL/ENVN 4820INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL LAW & REGULATIONS3
GEOG 4900URBANIZATION IN DEVELOPING AREAS3
Global Perspectives
GEOG 3000TRAVEL STUDY IN GEOGRAPHY3
GEOG 3030GEOGRAPHY OF AFRICA3
GEOG 3050GEOGRAPHY IN FILM3
GEOG 3060GEOGRAPHY OF MIDDLE AMERICA3
GEOG 3070GEOGRAPHY OF LATIN AMERICA3
GEOG 3080EAST & SOUTHEAST ASIA3
GEOG 3230GEOGRAPHY OF EUROPE3
GEOG 3240RUSSIA AND FORMER SOVIET REPUBLICS3
North American Perspectives
GEOG 3330UNITED STATES & CANADA3
GEOG 4230GREAT PLAINS & NEBRASKA3
GEOG 4530HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY OF U.S.3
Geospatial Science
GEOG 2620AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC INTERPRETATION3
GEOG 4020QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS IN GEOGRAPHY3
GEOG 4030COMPUTER MAPPING AND VISUALIZATION3
GEOG 4050GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS I4
GEOG 4630ENVIRONMENTAL REMOTE SENSING4
GEOG 4660GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS II4

Geographic Information Science and Technology Concentration

Required Courses
Select 9 credit hours of computer science coursework in consultation with an adviser9
Additional Required Courses
MATH 1320COLLEGE ALGEBRA3
MATH 1330TRIGONOMETRY3
Select one of the following:3-4
COMPUTER MAPPING AND VISUALIZATION
GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS I
GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS II
Total Credits18-19

Travel and Tourism Concentration

Required Course
GEOG 3000TRAVEL STUDY IN GEOGRAPHY3
Additional Required Courses
Select four of the following:12-15
GEOGRAPHY OF MIDDLE AMERICA
ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY
GEOGRAPHY OF EUROPE
RUSSIA AND FORMER SOVIET REPUBLICS
UNITED STATES & CANADA
GREAT PLAINS & NEBRASKA
FOUNDATIONS OF RECREATION AND LEISURE 1
Total Credits15-18
1

RLS 2440 and RLS 4000 when taught as travel and tourism