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College of  Liberal  Arts:    BS  Geography  with  Concentration in Urban and

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PACE

Bachelor of Science / Major in Geography with Concentration in Urban and Regional Planning: 120 semester hours ST

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1 YEAR-2 Semester HIST 1310 (3) GEO 2410 (4) Natural Science Component (3-4) PFW (1) ENG 1320 (3)

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2 YEAR-2 Semester POSI 2320 (3) Modern Language 1420 (if required) (4) GEO techniques (4)** PHIL 1305 OR 1320 (3) ENG LIT (3)*

1 YEAR-1 Semester ENG 1310 (3) US 1100 (1) POSI 2310 (3) MATH 1315 or higher (not 1316) (3) Natural Science Component (3-4) GEO 1309 OR 1310 (3) 2 YEAR-1 Semester COMM 1310 (3) ENG LIT (3)* Modern Language 1410 (if required) (4) HIST 1320 (3) GEO 3301 (3) PFW (1)

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* GEO Major ENG LIT REQS: ü Approved English Literature courses: 2310, 2320, 2330, 2340, 2359, or 2360 ü Can substitute ENG 3303-Technical Writing for one of the ENG LIT courses ** GEO Techniques Course: ü To be chosen from: 2426, 3411, 3416, 4430 NOTES: ü All majors must satisfy the pre-major requirements: a. Complete GEO 1309 or GEO 1310, GEO 2410 & GEO 3301 with grades of “C” or higher in each course. b. Complete 45 or more credit hours with a cumulative Texas State GPA of at least 2.25. ü Texas State GPA of 2.25, GEO major GPA of 2.50 ü

Minor Required. List of RECOMMENDED MINORS includes: Public Administration, Business Administration, or Construction Technology.

-Geography Urban and Regional Planning Required Core Courses– GEO 3310, 3320, 4321, 4338. -Geography Techniques Course–select at least one of the following courses – GEO 2426, 3411, 3416. -Geography Required Electives–select from the following-GEO 2310, 2420, 2427, 3303, 3313, 3321, 3323, 3349, 3353, 3434, 4310, 4313, 4314, 4316, 4336, 4339, 4350, 4380, 4412, and 4430. -Student may select one regional course as a Geography Elective - GEO 3307, 3308, 3309, 3328, 3329, 3332, 3333, 4306, 4328.

Updated RAB   May  25,  2012  

BS Geography with Concentration in Urban and Regional Planning  
BS Geography with Concentration in Urban and Regional Planning  
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