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Geography

List of Courses

General

  • 492. Internship in Applied Geography
  • 494. Selected Topics in Geography
  • 497. Directed Studies

Global and Regional

  • GLOBAL:
    • 319I. International Development
    • 352. Geography of Travel and Tourism
    • 355I. International Environmental Issues
    • 452. Geography of the Global Economy
    • 468. World Cities/Cities of the World
    • 470. Political Geography
  • REGIONAL:
    • 100. World Regional Geography
    • 304. California
    • 306. United States and Canada
    • 308I. Africa South of the Sahara
    • 309I. The Middle East and North Africa
    • 313I. Southeast Asia
    • 314I. South Asia
    • 315I. East Asia
    • 316. Europe
    • 318. Russia and Its Neighbors

Human Geography

  • 120. Geography of Human Diversity in the United States
  • 160. Introduction to Human Geography
  • 301I. Urban Life and Problems
  • 319I. International Development
  • 352. Geography of Travel and Tourism
  • 360. Human Geography
  • 381. Maps and Civilization
  • 452. Geography of the Global Economy
  • 460. Population Geography
  • 464. Urban Geography
  • 465./565. Social Geography
  • 467./567. Urban Geography: Metropolitan Problems
  • 468. World Cities/Cities of the World
  • 470. Political Geography
  • 471. Geographic Information Science (GIS) for Health
  • 487B. Applications of GIS: Urban and Economic

Environmental/Physical Geography

  • 140. Introduction to Physical Geography
  • 340. Environmental Geography
  • 355I. International Environmental Issues
  • 440./540. Land and Water Environments
  • 442. Biogeography
  • 443. Watersheds: Processes and Management
  • 444. Climatology
  • 445. Palaeoclimatology
  • 446. Land Use Planning
  • 447. Landscape Restoration
  • 455. People As Agents of Environmental Change
  • 458./558. Hazards and Risk Management
  • 473. Remote Sensing
  • 474. Introduction to Digital Image Processing
  • 475. Geographical Applications in Remote Sensing
  • 481. Geographic Information Science for Natural Sciences
  • 487B. Applications of GIS: Environment and Natural Resources

Methods and Techniques

These courses develop skills in graphic and statistical communication and field analysis which are used within the various sub‑fields of the discipline.

  • 200. Introduction to Research Methods for Geographers
  • 280. Introduction to Geospatial Techniques
  • 380. Map Interpretation and Analysis
  • 400. Geographical Analysis
  • 402. Qualitative Geographic Analysis
  • 482. Thematic Map Design for Presentation and GIS
  • 473. Remote Sensing
  • 474. Introduction to Digital Image Processing
  • 475. Geographical Application Remote Sensing
  • 484./584. Advanced Concepts in Presentation Cartography
  • 485./585. Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
  • 486. Field Methods in Landscape Analysis
  • 487A./587A Applications of Geographic Information Science (GIS): Environment and Natural Resources
  • 487B./587B Applications of Geographic Information Science (GIS): Urban and Economic
  • 488./588. Geographic Information Systems