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College of Science & MathematicsProgram Map
Major:
BA Geography
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Dept. of Geology & Geography
Catalog Year:
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Student:EID:
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FreshmanFall Sem
Grade
HrsMilestonesSpringSem
Grade
HrsMilestones
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FYE 1220First Year Experience2Complete ENGL 1101*ENGL 1102Composition II3Complete ENGL 1102
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*ENGL 1101Composition I3GEOG 1101
Introduction to Human Geography
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*MATH XXXXMATH 1001 or higher3Complete Area A MATH requirementsSTAT 2231Introduction to Statistics I3Begin required Foreign Language
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GEOG 1111
Introduction to Physical Geography
3Area E Social Science elective3
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HIST 1112Survey of World History II/Civ II3Complete FYE 1220FORL 1001Beginning Foreign Language I3Maintain at least a 2.0 GPA
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or HIST 1111 World History I
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KINS 1525Concepts of Health and PE2
Get started in Major (Complete GEOG 1111)
Utilize academic success and tutoring services
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Total16
Explore campus activities and organizations
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Tips: Make an appointment with your academic advisor before your registration date so that you can register on time.
Use Academic Success Center for help with time management, study tips, procrastination, and more.
Be sure to read the weekly newsletter from your academic advisor to stay up to date with what is going on in your major.
Tips: Make an appointment with your academic advisor before your registration date so that you can register on time.
Use Academic Success Center for help with time management, study tips, procrastination, and more.
Additional free electives may be taken if you place out of FORL 1001 or 1002 (due to HS foreign language)
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Target credit hours 31/124Total credit hours earned31
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SophomoreFall Sem
Grade
HrsMilestonesSpringSem
Grade
HrsMilestones
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GEOG 3440
Introduction to GIS4
Maintain a “C” average in all GEOG coursework
ANTH 3131World Archeology3
Consider a leadership role in an organization
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(or GEOG 5441 Remote Sensing)
(or AAST 3230 or INTS 3230)
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POLS 1101American Government3
Get to know a Geography faculty member you
Area C Arts & Humanities elective3
Create personal resume (use Office of Career and
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Area C
Literature & Philosophy elective
3can seek out as a mentorArea D1Lab Science elective4Professional Development)
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HIST 2110US: A Comprehensive Survey3CORE 2000CORE Capstone Course1
Look into research opportunities with a geography
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or HIST 2111 or HIST 2112FORL 2001
Intermediate Foreign Language I
3faculty member
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FORL 1002Beginning Foreign Language II3Complete CORE 2000
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Total16Total14
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Tips: Make an appointment with your academic advisor before your registration date so that you can register on time.
Visit the Major and Career Exploration Center to learn more about potential career paths for your major!
Tips: Make an appointment with your academic advisor before your registration date so that you can register on time.
Take an Area B elective if you place out of FORL 2001 (had 3 years of high school foreign language).
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Target credit hours 62/124Total credit hours earned61
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JuniorFall Sem
Grade
HrsMilestonesSpringSem
Grade
HrsMilestones
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GEOG 3000+
Upper-Division Major Elective3
Begin taking Upper-Division Major electives
GEOG 3000+
Upper-Division Major Elective3
Maintain "C" average in all GEOG courses
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Area D1Lab Science elective4Area D2Math/Sci/Tech Elective3
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Course for Required Minor3Begin courses for required MinorArea F
Advisor-approved Area F elective
3
Research potential grad programs and employers
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FORL 2002
Intermediate Foreign Language II
3Area F
Advisor-approved Area F elective
3
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Free Elective Course3
Begin attending career fair events to explore
Course for Required Minor3
Go over graduation plan with academic advisor
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possibilities and meet regional recruiters
Free Elective Course1
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Complete Intermediate Foreign Language II
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Total16Total16
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Tips: Make an appointment with your academic advisor before your registration date so that you can register on time.
Talk with recruiters at career fairs, even if they are not hiring for your specific degree. Find out what they look for in applicants.
Take an Area B elective if you place out of FORL 2002 (had 4 years of high school foreign language)
Tips: Make an appointment with your academic advisor before your registration date so that you can register on time.
Consider a Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) and apply for the summer.
Consider when to take entrance exam if applying to graduate or professional school.
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Target credit hours 93/124Total credit hours earned93
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SeniorFall Sem
Grade
HrsMilestonesSpringSem
Grade
HrsMilestones
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GEOG 3000+
Upper-Division Major Elective3Apply for graduation
GEOG 3000+
Upper-Division Major Elective3Complete major & minor requirements
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GEOG 3000+
Upper-Division Major Elective3Course for Required Minor3
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Course for Required Minor3Attend a Career FairFree Elective Course9GRADUATE!
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Course for Required Minor3
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Free Elective Course4
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Total16Total15
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Tips: Make an appointment with your academic advisor and register (before Juniors!) to get your final courses for graduation.
Check DegreeWorks and get in touch with your advisor via email to verify you are on track to graduate!
Tips: Make an appointment with your advisor to be sure that you are approved to graduate.
Begin seeking job opportunities or applying to graduate programs.
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Target credit hours 124/124
Total credit hours earned124
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* A grade of “C” or better is required.
Georgia Southern University accepts the premise that ultimately a student's program is his or her own responsibility.
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Taking any coursework that does not fit within your chosen program of study may impact your financial aid.
beginning in 2018 - 2019 Catalog
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