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Courses are taught by faculty with excellent national and international reputations in their fields. Climate, Physical Geography, Remote Sensing, and GIS courses have labs to provide students with more personal attention from outstanding graduate students. Course sizes are typically small: many 400-level classes have 15-20 students per class.

GEOG 100 - Environmental Conservation

  • Spring and Fall
  • Julie Weinert

GEOG 103 - World Geography

GEOG 104 - Weather, Climate, and Society

  • Spring and Fall
  • Trenton Ford

GEOG 300i - Geography, People, and the Environment

  • Spring and Fall
  • Silvia Secchi

GEOG 303i - Physical Geography of the Americas

GEOG 304 - Geography of Globalization

GEOG 310i - Introduction to Geographic Information Systems

GEOG 320 - Introduction to Environmental Sustainability

  • Fall
  • Amanda Marshall

GEOG 330 - Meteorology

GEOG 401 - Geographic Information Systems

  • Fall and Spring
  • Ruopu Li

GEOG 404 - Spatial Analysis

GEOG 406 - Introduction to Remote Sensing

GEOG 408 - Advanced Remote Sensing

GEOG 412 - Applied Geographic Statistics

GEOG 416 - Cartographic Design

GEOG 417 - GIS Programming and Customization

GEOG 419 - Enterprise GIS Planning and Implementation

GEOG 420 - Advanced GIS Studies

  • Fall
  • Ruopu Li

GEOG 421 - Urban Geography

GEOG 422/422H - Economics in Environmental Sustainability

  • Spring
  • Silvia Secchi

GEOG 424/424H - Sustainable Development

GEOG 425 - Integrated Water Management

GEOG 428 - GIS and Environmental Modeling

GEOG 429 - Geography of Local and Organic Food

GEOG 431/431H - Climate

GEOG 433/433H - Field Methods in Geography

GEOG 434 - Water Resources Hydrology

GEOG 436 - Natural Hazards

GEOG 439/439H - Global Climate Change

GEOG 454 - Conservation and Environmental Movements

GEOG 456 - Geographic Visualization

GEOG 458 - Analysis of Risk and Bioterrorism Using GIS

GEOG 470 - Interdisciplinary Approaches to Environmental Issues

GEOG 471 - Environmental Impact Analysis

GEOG 480/480H - Internship in Geography

GEOG 481 - Cooperative Work Experience in Geography

GEOG 500 - Principles of Research

GEOG 501 - Seminar in Geographic Research

  • Spring
  • Independent study with member of graduate faculty

GEOG 522 - Economics of Environmental Research

  • Fall

GEOG 524 - Seminar in Water Resources Analysis

GEOG 529 - Seminar in Geography of Local and Organic Food

GEOG 539 - Seminar in Global Climate Change

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