Studies the physical environment of the earth, and includes the study of meteorology, climatology, hydrology, natural vegetation and geomorphology. In addition to a detailed study of these subjects, you will learn new methods of investigation, including map construction and interpretation, latitude and longitude, time zones, seasons and sun angles, map projections and contour map analysis.
Covers human activities on the earth. Topics in Cultural, or more broadly, Human Geography look at population dynamics, including birth, death and migration rates, languages, religion, ethnic patterns, economic activities, including livelihood patterns, urban geography and political geography. The study of spatial interactions is the underlying dynamic that connects these topics.