South Suburban College
South Suburban College

Geography Courses

Numbers in parenthesis are credit hours/semester and actual hours/week in class.

Where special course fees are required in addition to tuition, they are noted at the end of the individual course description. These fees are subject to change without prior notice.


GEO 103 - Geography of the Developed World  (IAI: S4901) (3, 3)

A college transfer course; consult the Transfer Center for more details.

Examines the geographic problems and prospects associated with urban and industrial development in Europe, North America and other economically advanced areas of the world.

GEO 104 - Geography of the Emerging World  (IAI: S4902N) (3, 3)

A college transfer course; consult the Transfer Center for more details.

Examines the ways in which location, climates, resources, and cultural factors promote and inhibit change in the developing areas of Asia, Africa and Latin America.

GEO 205 - Geography of Oceania (3, 3)

A college transfer course; consult the Transfer Center for more details.

A spatial analysis of the physical environments of Oceania, as they relate to the resulting, yet influencing, Pacific cultures. A major emphasis is on the unique tropical biota, volcanism, the Polynesian cultures and the Hawaiian archipelago. The above will be presented utilizing the multi-topical approach. A Hawaiian field trip is optional for additional credit.

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