Please note that the following courses will be considered behavioral science.
I'm not trying to say that geography is a behavioral science and I don't know if I have come off as doing such. I am just trying to say that it would probably be better to ask the school or AACOM. There are oftentimes several behavioral type geography courses at larger universities. I have heard many times that people can provide their syllabus for a particular class if they think it fits under a certain designation better than its home department. I took my physics I and II at an engineering college in the physics engineering department and not the physics department and from what I have been informed, these courses will be counted as physics. You just never know until you ask.
Spatial and Environmental Influences in Social Systems
Comparative Studies of the Dispossession of Indigenous Peoples
Behavioral Processes in Person/Environment Relations
My Geography class was approved by LECOM Bradenton after they looked over the course description.
I guess I should not place much value on what Dr. Inviz says. It seems that all Dr. Inviz wants to do is insult people.
Great, 1 school approved it. If all you applied to was LECOM-Br, sweeet, you are 1 for 1! Let me know when all your schools approve of the Geo classes.