Geography of Utah
|Hours||3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab|
|Recommended||Geog 101,120, 130.|
|Taught||Fall Contact Department, Winter Contact Department, Summer Contact Department|
|Programs||Containing GEOG 245|
Fundamental Principles of the Physical Environment
Understand the fundamental principles of the physical environment, the ongoing changes therein, and the interactions between the physical environment and human activity
Understanding of current world societies
Explain the development and current activities of human societies at world, national and local scales
Practical and theoretical issues in Geography
Study practical and theoretical issues in geography, using a variety of methods such as quantitative and qualitative analysis, documentary research, map analysis, geospatial technologies, and written communication
Evaluate and Recommend Solutions
Evaluate the core human and environmental processes which create the context for global issues.
Recommend viable solutions to current world problems.