Learn about physical environments, human history, climate, and cultures through the lens of geography. Earn your Associate of Arts degree with a concentration in geography and transfer your courses to a four-year school to continue your education.

Program Details

Learn more about our Geography program and find the course description in the WCJC Catalog.
Geography courses fulfill your Social and Behavioral Sciences Core Curriculum requirement for the Associate of Arts degree. Advance in programs within Social and Behavioral Sciences and earn credits to transfer to a four-year school.

The geography program is designed for your credits to transfer to a four-year institution. With your Bachelor of Arts in Geography, you can work in education, at museums or historic sites, for state or federal agencies or non-profit organizations focusing on preservation or development.  Geography majors can be Surveying and Mapping Technicians, Geographers, Teachers, Intelligence Analysts, and so much more!  

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Plan Your Classes & Transfer Smoothly

Students who complete coursework in History and Geography are equipped with the knowledge and skills to effectively navigate, analyze and understand the complexities of the world in which we live. Courses in History and Geography give students the tools to not only succeed in a variety of professional fields but also help facilitate a greater understanding of citizenship and social responsibility.
Kenneth Grubb
Department Head, History and Geography Department
After graduation, you can apply your expertise across a multitude of professional fields. Discover rewarding career opportunities that leverage your skills and take you where you want to go.

Meet the Faculty

Kenneth Grubb

History and Geography Instructor, Department Head

Mr. Grubb worked in public history and education before joining the WCJC faculty in 2012. He teaches U.S. History 1301 and 1302, Western Civilization 2311 and 2312, Texas History 2301, and Geography 1303. He received his undergraduate degree in socio-cultural anthropology and his M.A. in history from the University of Houston-Clear Lake. He has additional graduate hours in education from the University of St. Thomas and geography from Texas State University and the University of Houston-Clear Lake. His primary research interests are political rhetoric and social discourse, mass media and propaganda, 20th-century military history, and the impacts of globalization.

Office: Sugar Land Campus, Brazos Hall 241
Phone: 281-243-8529

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