Geography is the study of place and space. It is the description of land, sea, and air, and the distribution of plant and animal life including humans and their activities. A comprehensive set of undergraduate courses fulfill the general education and transfer requirements of students through day, evening, late-start offerings, and online courses.
Please select from the listings below to view the course objectives and expected student learning outcomes for each course:
* GEOG M01 - Physical Geography
* GEOG M01L - Physical Geography Lab
* GEOG M02 - Cultural Geography
* GEOG M03 - World Regional Geography
* GEOG M03H - Honors: World Regional Geography
* GEOG M10 - Geography of California
The most rapidly increasing area of employment for people trained in geography involves planning at all levels: local, regional, and national. A background in geography is an asset in education, travel, recreation, industry, and international commerce.
Check out the Moorpark College weather station - created and maintained by the Geography Department!
Department Administration and Staff
Office: EATM 212
Telephone: (805) 378-1459
- Kim Hoffmans, Dean
- Dominga Chavez, Administrative Assistant
- Robert Keil, telephone (805) 378-1400, ext. 1765
A list of full-time faculty offices, telephone extensions and Fall 2012 office hours.
Andrea Ehrgott, Michael Walegur
Part-time faculty list their contact information for students on their course syllabi. In addition, students can leave a message for a particular instructor with the division office by calling (805) 378-1572.
Counselors who specialize in Geography, Chuck Brinkman and Candace Payton, can be contacted through the Counseling Office.