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GEO 101 - Introduction to Geography

Prerequisites: Completion of RDG 001 and/or RDG 002.

Description: This course is an introduction to the basic concepts and techniques of geography. Global patterns of and interactions among climate, landforms, environmental alteration, economic, demographic and cultural phenomena are stressed. SUNY GEN ED-GSBS; NCC GEN ED-SBS, GLNW Offered: Summer

Credit Hours: 3
Department: History/Pol Sci/Geography

GEO 103 - Human Geography

Prerequisites: Completion of RDG 001 and/or RDG 002.

Description: A survey of the global patterns and significance of human distributions. Demography and foodways, language and religion are the bases for identifying distinct regional cultures. Stress is placed on problems related to crowding, ethnicity, and alteration of the environment. SUNY GEN ED-GSBS; NCC GEN ED-SBS, GLNW

Credit Hours: 3
Department: History/Pol Sci/Geography

GEO 201 - Geography of Europe

Prerequisites: Completion of RDG 001 and/or RDG 002.

Description: An examination of the physical and cultural landscapes of Europe, their causes and consequences. Attention is focused on the political, social, and economic developments over time that have created regional divisions from Iceland to the Russian border. The meaning of Europe's ethnicity and boundaries is stressed. SUNY GEN ED-GSBS; NCC GEN ED-SBS

Credit Hours: 3
Department: History/Pol Sci/Geography

GEO 202 - Geography of Long Island

Description: Geography of Long Island explores the land and people from Brooklyn to Montauk. It examines the physical, economic, and human geography of the area with a focus on the environmental and cultural influences that have shaped the Island's landscapes, spatial interactions, and prospects. SUNY GEN ED-n/a; NCC GEN ED-SBS

Credit Hours: 3
Department: History/Pol Sci/Geography