Geography 1 & Geography 1H: Physical Geography
SLO 1: Examine the physical forces and processes which operate within the natural environment.
SLO 2: Recognize and identify how physical processes differ from place to place on the globe.
SLO 3: Apply geographical methodology in the interpretation of spatial relationships involving distance, area, and direction on the earth's surface.
SLO 4: Evaluate the impact of science in our daily life.
Geography 2 & Geography 2H: Human Geography
SLO 1: Analyze the spatial variation of humans and their activities around the world
SLO 2: Describe the tools and theories used in geographic research.
SLO 3: Evaluate the relationship of humans and the environment.
Geography 1L & Geography 1LH: Physical Geography Lab
SLO 1: Interpret maps.
SLO 2: Construct maps using cartographic principles.
SLO 3: Evaluate the impact of science in daily life.
Geography 30 & Geography 30H: California Geography
SLO 1: Analyze the relationship between humans and the environment of California.
SLO 2: Recognize and evaluate how human and physical processes differ from place to place and analyze the distributional and locational relationship of things in the state of California.
Geography 5: World Regional Geography
SLO 1: Explain the geographic tools used in regional analysis.
SLO 2: Evaluate the geographic situation, problems and prospects for each world region.
SLO 3: Analyze the spatial variation of human activities and physical processes in distinctive world regions
Geography 10: Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
SLO 1: Perform simple spatial data analysis using appropriate software.
SLO 2: Apply principles of geographic data display to GIS problems.
SLO 3: Demonstrate the ability to communicate the results of GIS analysis through appropriate maps, documents and web pages.