Concentration in Geography

Students who are following an associate in Arts and Sciences degree can secure a ‘Concentration in Geography’ by successfully completing coursework that will be specially noted on their transcripts and degrees upon graduation.

The advantages of securing this concentration and conveying a genuine interest and depth of understanding and level of commitment in Geography will be relevant to

  • a future employer
  • a university admissions officer at a baccalaureate institution
  • and of course to yourself

How to secure an academic concentration in Geography?

Complete 20 credits in Geography with a grade C- or better in each class from the following class distributions.

Class Distributions:

You are required to take the Geog 100 class and then a selection of three additional classes from the classes listed below –

  • Geog 100: Introduction to Geography and three classes from
  • Geog  102: World Regional Geography
  • Geog  105: Geography of World Affairs
  • Geog: 106: Introduction to Natural Hazards and Disasters
  • Geog  123: Introduction to Globalization
  • Geog  200: Introduction to Human Cultural Geography
  • Geog: 205: Geography of Weather and Climate Change
  • Geog  250: Geography of the Pacific Northwest
  • Geog: 258: Introduction to Maps and Mapmaking

Last Updated June 5, 2014