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Geography
College of Leadership and Public Service

Geography (GEO)

As a bridge between the social and the physical sciences, geography is the study of how and why things are distributed over the earth.  It is a synthesizing and integrating discipline that reflects traditional concerns with the spatial distribution of human, natural and man-made resources.  In particular, geography at Dakota Wesleyan University focuses on locational relationships and their influence on issues of leadership, service and stewardship.

Course Descriptions
204 U.S. Geography 3 hours S
Students will study various regions, states and territories of the United States. This introductory course examines locations; political, economic and cultural patterns; and the physical environment of the area.

205 World Geography 3 hours F
Students will study various regions and nations of the world. This introductory course examines locations; political, economic and cultural patterns; and the relationship of physical environment to culture.

299 Selected Topics – Basic 1-3 hours TBA

499 Selected Topics – Advanced 1-3 hours TBA

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