Geography - Minor
Geography explores the relationships between people and their environment, which vary from place to place over the Earth. Geographers compare and quantify the drivers of the variable and changing character of Earth’s systems, which have been transformed into human habitat and are thus being changed by humans. Geography coursework for the minor integrates physical sciences, social sciences, and the humanities.
|Code||Title||Semester Credit Hours|
|GEOG 201||Introduction to Human Geography||3|
& GEOG 213
and Planet Earth Lab
|Select one of the following:||3|
Select from the following:
|Geography of the Global Village|
|Geography of the United States|
|Geography of Texas|
|Introduction to Urban Geography|
|Geography of Energy|
|The Middle East|
|Geography of Latin America|
|Global Climatic Regions|
|Resources and the Environment|
|Concepts in Geographic Education|
|Remote Sensing in Geosciences|
|Workshop in Environmental Studies|
|Principles of Geographic Information Systems|
|Interpretation of Aerial Photographs|
|Arid Lands Geomorphology|
|Geography of Terrorism|
|Principles of Plant Geography|
|History and Nature of Geography|
|Special Topics in...|
|Total Semester Credit Hours||16|
The selection of courses must be made in agreement with the geography department advisor for minor programs.
Minimum GPA of 2.000 must be maintained in the minor coursework. 6 hours must be upper division courses, 3 of which must be at the 400-level.
- Geography Minor: minimum of 16 credits in the discipline with at least 6 hours in upper-division courses, 3 hours of which must be at the 400 level.
- Minimum of 6 credits must be taken in residence at either Texas A&M University or Texas A&M at Galveston.
- Students must meet with the department’s advisor for minor programs for approval of courses selected (any substitutions must be approved by the department head).
- Minimum cumulative GPR of 2.0 must be achieved for all courses in the minor.