GEA 2000 World Regional Geography

This course provides a basic knowledge of world geography that enables the student to develop a global perspective. The focus of the course is upon identifying and describing all of the world's principal geographic features, including each of the world's independent countries and their political dependencies as well as the earth's prominent land forms and major bodies of water. The principal geographic, demographic, linguistic, political, and economic features of contemporary sovereign states are described.

3 credits

Prerequisites

Student must score into college-level English and reading on placement test.