The courses in Geography are designed to give students an understanding of the principles and concepts of human and physical geography and the interrelationships between human/cultural and physical processes which give meaning and character to the earth's surface through time. An emphasis is placed on Guam and Micronesia as a geographic region.
A Minor in Geography is offered, requiring a total of 19 credit-hours; 13 core hours and 6 upper-division electives. For more information, please contact Dr. Amy Owen or Romina King at (671) 735-2880, or the Division at (671) 735-2870.
Dr. Amy Owen
Division Office No. (671) 735-2874
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Office No. (671) 735-2880
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Dr. Harley I. Manner
(22 Credit Hours)
The Geography minor is known to improve the marketability of any job seeker because it intersects many disciplines, enhancing both applied and theoretical knowledge. It bridges the physical sciences with climatology and geomorphology, the humanities with anthropology, history, and regional studies, and the social sciences with fields such as sociology and political science. Its contribution is significant in education, tourism, allied health, business administration, resource management, city and regional planning, economics and more.
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