412 - Geography
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- Degree Designation
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- On Campus
- Program Description
- This program provides the student with a greater awareness of travel and tourism phenomena and the industry and organizations that support it. Emphasis is placed on increased understanding travel and tourism as a system of interrelated components, which include tourists, destinations, transportation systems, business and the natural environment. Important elements of travel and tourism training include tourism geography, transportation, facilities management, marketing, planning and development and travel operations. To see the on-line university bulletin describing Geography courses and programs go to: http://bulletin.stcloudstate.edu/departments/geog.asp. For information about faculty and activities within the department go to : http:/www.stcloudstate.edu/
- Geography & Planning
- School of Public Affairs
Electives (18 credits) must be upper division courses--internships are in addition to the 36 credits. A minimum of 3 credits and a maximum of 6 credits (of the 18 upper division) taken from regional courses (GEOG 368, GEOG 369, GEOG 373, GEOG 374, GEOG 376, GEOG 378, GEOG 384); GEOG 410 may be substituted with approval of advisor.
Admission To Teacher Education: 0
Upper Division Writing Met
Completion of GEOG 432 with a grade of C- or better fulfills the university's upper division writing requirement.
This major requires either one year in a single foreign language OR a minor.
See program website for additional information.
- Understand and appropriately apply geographic methods
- Understand globalization processes and effects
- Understand spatial processes and patterns at the local, national and global scales
- Understand the key concepts of place, space, landscape and region