Students are able to articulate the definitions of, connections between, and differences among fundamental concepts, models and theories in geography.
Students are able to identify and explain patterns and processes of human and physical geography including the diversity of the earth's peoples and environments, and the interactions between humanity and the earth's environments.
Students can apply mapping and geospatial technologies to analyze geographic data and solve geographic problems.
Students can critically assess, interpret, and analyze geographic research.
Students can clearly and effectively communicate geographic knowledge and research in writing, orally, and/or visually.
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