College of Behavioral & Social Sciences

Learning Outcomes

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1.1. Students can formulate geographic research questions.

1.2. Students can collect, compile, and interpret geographic data.

1.3. Students can present geographic data in a map.

2.1. Students can recognize the presence and application of regional, local and global dimensions of the social and physical worlds in the landscape.

2.2. Students can recognize the presence and application of regional, local and global dimensions of the social and physical worlds in data.

3.1. Students can explain interactions between the size and distribution of human and non-human populations, resources and the natural environment in historic and contemporary perspectives.

3.2. Students are cognizant of varying interpretations of causality, interaction, policy and values in human-environmental relationships.

3.3 Student will understand ways in which they use the environment can affect future generations and other human and natural systems.

4.1. Students can analyze information from different physical or social sciences from a geographic perspective.

4.2. Students can interpret popular media (novels, films, newspapers) from a geographic perspective.

5.1. Students provide appropriate geographic skills to community-based organizations and associations.

6.1. Students can use and cite scholarly sources of information correctly.

6.2. Students can write and speak clearly in the discipline of geography.