Understand and appreciate the complex relationships between the Earth’s physical environments, political forces, and socio-political influences. Explore migration, climate change, natural disasters, globalization, and more. As students expand their sense of place, they develop diverse skill sets with multiple career possibilities. Geography offers two tracks to get you major ready to transfer: Culture, Cities, and Migrations as well as Geographic Information Systems (GIS).
A course map is a quick guide to help students figure out which courses to take each quarter. Course maps were written by BC faculty, who have used their expertise to recommend specific courses students can take to achieve their academic or career goals. Students should meet with an advisor to learn more.
- Landforms and Landform Processes
- World Regional Geography
- Human Geography
- Introduction to Globalization
- Geography of the Pacific Northwest
- Program Chair
Born in England and raised in the Seattle area, Walker received a BA in Political Science (Global Option) from Washington State University and a Master of Arts in Human Geography from Swansea University in Wales. He is very interested in Geographic Information Systems and advocates active learning, encouraging students to view their world through the geographic lens.
Julian Barr s a part-time instructor at Bellevue College and a full-time faculty in Interdisciplinary Social Sciences at South Seattle College. He is a Ph.D. Candidate in Geography studying the historical geographies of lesbian and queer women in Seattle from 1930-1970 at the UW and does public scholarship work about the queer history of Pioneer Square.