Geography (GEOG)

101. Home Planet: Land, Water and Life. (3)


102. People and Place. (3)


105L. Home Planet: Land, Water and Life Laboratory. (1)


140. Introduction to World Regions. (3)


180. The World of Beer. (3)


181 [281]. Introduction to Maps and Geospatial Information. (3)


181L. Geospatial Field Methods. (1)


195. Introduction to Environmental Studies. (3)


217. Energy, Environment and Society. (3)


251. Meteorology. (3)


254. Introduction to Latin American Society I: Social Sciences. (3)


350. Natural Environments. (3)


352. Global Climate Change. (3)


**360. Land Use Management. (3)


364. Law, Place and Space. (3)


365. Nature and Society. (3)


380L. Basic Statistics for Geographers. (3)


**381L. Introduction to Geographic Information Systems. (4)


390. Qualitative Methods for Geographers. (3)


427 / 527. Introductory Programming for GIS. (3)


428 / 528. Advanced Programming for GIS. (3)


*445. Geography of New Mexico and the Southwest. (3)


*446. Exploring Oaxaca Through Food and Craft. (3)


*450. Environmental Hazards. (3)


461 / 561. Environmental Management. (3)


462 / 562. Water Resources Management. (3)


463 / 563. Public Land Management. (3)


464 / 564. Food and Natural Resources. (3)


466 / 566. The City. (3)


467 / 567. Governing the Global Environment. (3)


469 / 569. Environments and Peoples in Latin America. (3)


471. Senior Geography Capstone. (1 [3])


*481L. Map Design and Geovisualization. (4)


483L / 583L. Remote Sensing Fundamentals. (4)


484L / 584L. Applications of Remote Sensing. (4)


485L / 585L. Internet Mapping. (3)


486L / 586L. Applications of GIS. (3)


487L / 587L. Spatial Analysis and Modeling. (3)


488L / 588L. GIS Concepts and Techniques. (3)


491. Problems. (1-3 to a maximum of 3 Δ)


493. Internship in Applied Geography. (1-3 to a maximum of 3 Δ)


*499. Topics in Geography. (1-3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)


501. Geographic History and Methods. (3)


502. Approaches to Geographical Research. (3)


514. Natural Resources Management Seminar. (3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)


515. Cultural and Political Ecology. (3)


516. Seminar: Globalization. (3)


517. Legal Geography. (3)


522. Introduction to Spatial Data Management. (3)


524. Advanced Topics in Remote Sensing. (3)


525. Advanced GIScience Seminar. (3)


527 / 427. Introductory Programming for GIS. (3)


528 / 428. Advanced Programming for GIS. (3)


551. Drylands. (3)


561 / 461. Environmental Management. (3)


562 / 462. Water Resources Management. (3)


563 / 463. Public Land Management. (3)


564 / 464. Food and Natural Resources. (3)


566 / 466. The City. (3)


567 / 467. Governing the Global Environment. (3)


569 / 469. Environments and Peoples in Latin America. (3)


580L. Spatial Statistics. (3)


581L. Introduction to GIS for Graduate Students. (3)


583L / 483L. Remote Sensing Fundamentals. (4)


584L / 484L. Applications of Remote Sensing. (4)


585L / 485L. Internet Mapping. (3)


586L / 486L. Applications of GIS. (3)


587L / 487L. Spatial Analysis and Modeling. (3)


588L / 488L. GIS Concepts and Techniques. (3)


590. Qualitative Methods. (3)


591. Problems. (1-3 to a maximum of 3 Δ)


593. Internship in Applied Geography. (1-3 to a maximum of 3 Δ)


597. Master's Project. (3)


599. Master's Thesis. (1-6, no limit Δ)


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