Geography (GEOG)

1150 [195]. Introduction to Environmental Studies. (3)


1160 [101]. Home Planet: Land, Water and Life. (3)


1160L [105L]. Home Planet Laboratory [Home Planet: Land, Water and Life Laboratory]. (1)


1165 [102]. People and Place. (3)


1175 [140]. World Regions [Introduction to World Regions]. (3)


181. Introduction to Maps and Geospatial Information. (3)


181L. Geospatial Field Methods. (1)


1970 [180]. World of Beer [The World of Beer]. (3)


217. Energy, Environment and Society. (3)


251. Meteorology. (3)


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


340. Latin American Culture and Society. (3)


350. Field Methods in Geography [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. Hazards and Disasters [Environmental Hazards]. (3)


461 / 561. Environmental Management. (3)


462 / 562. Water Governance [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)


*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. Seminar in Geographies of Power [Cultural and Political Ecology]. (3, may be repeated once Δ [3])


516. Seminar: Globalization and Development [Seminar in Globalization]. (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 Governance [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)


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


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


601. Introduction to Geographic Theory and Application. (3)


602. Integrative Research Design. (3)


603. Professional Geographic Practice. (3)


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