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General

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

Global and Regional

GLOBAL:

  • 319. International Development
  • 352. Geography of Travel and Tourism
  • 355. 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
  • 308. Africa South of the Sahara
  • 309. The Middle East and North Africa
  • 313. Southeast Asia
  • 314. South Asia
  • 315. East Asia
  • 316. Europe
  • 318. Russia and Its Neighbors
  • 321. Geography of Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean

Human Geography

  • 120. Geography of Human Diversity in the United States
  • 160. Introduction to Human Geography
  • 301. Urban Life and Problems
  • 319. International Development
  • 352. Geography of Travel and Tourism
  • 357. Sacred Geographies
  • 360. Human Geography
  • 446. Land Use Planning
  • 452. Geography of the Global Economy
  • 460. Population Geography
  • 462. Feminist 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

Environmental/Physical Geography

  • 130. Geography of Weather and Climate
  • 140. Introduction to Physical Geography
  • 340. Environmental Geography
  • 355. International Environmental Issues
  • 440./540. Land and Water Environments
  • 442. Biogeography
  • 443. Watersheds: Processes and Management
  • 444. Climatology
  • 445. Paleoclimatology
  • 447. Landscape Restoration
  • 448. Environmental Assessment
  • 455. People As Agents of Environmental Change
  • 458./558. Hazards and Risk Management
  • 481. Geographic Information Science for Natural Sciences

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 GIS: Environment and Natural Resources
  • 487B./587B. Applications of GIS: Urban and Economic
  • 488. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Programming

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