Cultural & Human Geography Minor
A minor in Cultural & Human Geography provides a foundation for understanding complex cultural and human patterns on the earth’s surface, and why they are vital to understanding contemporary issues. The Cultural and Human Geography minor is an excellent complement to many majors in the social sciences and humanities. Please contact Dr. John Krygier in the Geology & Geography Department for more information.
|GEOG 110: Cultural Geography||GEOG 370: The World’s Cities|
|GEOG 345: Economic Geography||Three additional geography courses|
Physical & Environmental Geography Minor
A minor in Physical and Environmental Geography provides a solid understanding of the earth’s natural environment and its complex relationship to humans. The Physical and Environmental Geography minor is an excellent complement to both social and natural science majors who have an interest in environmental problems and issues. Please contact Dr. Nathan Amador in the Geology & Geography Department for more information.
|GEOG 111: Physical Geography||GEOG 347: Environmental Alteration|
|GEOG 235: Energy Resources||Three additional geography courses|
Cartography & Geographic Information Systems Minor
Cartography and GIS are increasingly important for data analysis and problem solving in many fields, including the natural sciences, economics and business, sociology and anthropology, and public administration. The Cartography & GIS minor is a practical complement to most majors offered at Ohio Wesleyan. Please contact Dr. John Krygier in the Geology & Geography Department for more information.
|GEOG 222: The Power of Maps and GIS||GEOG 355: Geographic Information Systems or GEOG 300.6: Remote Sensing of the Environment|
|GEOG 353: Cartography and GIS||Three additional geography courses; independent readings or study focused on application areas in your major are strongly recommended.|