Geography provides insights about the earth as the human habitat. It is a way of looking at the earth, not an inventory of its contents. This viewpoint rests on fundamental interlocking concepts. The cultural appraisal of the earth, the regional concept, aerial coherence, human ecology, spatial interaction, study of landscape, and the concept of change are all ways the geographer tries to better understand the environment.
|Selective Courses, choose a minimum of 8 units from the following:||Units|
|ANTH 110||Cultural Anthropology||3 units|
|CIS 118||Introduction to Computer Science||4 units|
|CIS 122||Introduction to Programming: Python||3 units|
|ECON 100||Principles of Macro Economics||3 units|
|ENGL 110||Composition, Literature, and Critical Thinking||3 units|
|GEOG 101||Physical Geography Lab||1 unit|
|MATH 130||Analytical Trigonometry||4 units|
|MATH 222||Pre-Calculus College Algebra/Trigonometry||5 units|
|MATH 225||Path to Calculus||6 units|
And required General Education coursework and electives as needed to meet the minimum
60 units required for the Associate degree.
Please refer to the AA/AS Degree Requirements for more information.