Geography Adjunct Major

Students must also complete the Undergraduate Registration Requirement and the degree requirements of their home school.

 All adjunct majors require completion of a stand-alone major also. Students majoring in geography also must complete a major in a related social or natural science field. Program courses for the geography adjunct major may not be double-counted toward other majors.

Course Title
Program Courses (6 units)
GEOG 211-0World Biogeography
or GEOG 235-0 Atmosphere and Climate
GEOG 240-0Economic Geography
GEOG 341-0Principles of Cartography
or GEOG 343-0 Geographic Information Systems
GEOG 399-0Independent Study
2 additional geography courses
Related Courses (Units depend on mathematics sequence taken.)
ECON 201-0Introduction to Macroeconomics
ECON 202-0Introduction to Microeconomics
MATH 220-0
MATH 224-0
Differential Calculus of One-Variable Functions
and Integral Calculus of One-Variable Functions
or MATH 212-0
MATH 213-0
MATH 214-0
Single Variable Calculus I
and Single Variable Calculus II
and Single Variable Calculus III
STAT 210-0Introductory Statistics for the Social Sciences
or STAT 202-0 Introduction to Statistics

Honors in Geography

Geography majors do not need to formally apply to be considered for honors. All majors are required to take 1 unit of independent study (GEOG 399-0 Independent Study). Those with strong academic records and an interest in pursuing honors must take an additional unit of GEOG 399-0 to more fully develop a senior project. This second GEOG 399-0 may count toward the major. Students whose projects and grades meet program criteria are recommended to the college for graduation with honors. For more information consult the program director and see Honors in the Major.