Advanced applications in geographic information systems GIS with an emphasis on

Advanced applications in geographic information

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Advanced applications in geographic information systems (GIS) with an emphasis on problem-solving, advanced GIS analysis techniques, and a survey of raster and vector based GIS software and data bases. 306 REGIONAL AND AREA STUDIES 1-9 Field work req. Cons inst req. Intensive on-site study of particular lands, environments, cultures, and peoples. 307 TEACHING GEOGRAPHY/ EARTH SCIENCE 3 F Teaching maj only. Adm to Professional Studies req. C or better C&I 216 or PSY 215 or conc reg req. 8 hours of Geography or Geology req. Inc Clin Exp: 35 hrs, Type 1-6, 10. Approaches to the teaching of geography and earth science in grades 6-12. 308 QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN GEOGRAPHY 3 F GEO 204 req; MAT 120 or equivalent rec. Use and interpretation of basic statistical techniques in geo- graphical problems. 310 FIELD GEOGRAPHY 3 F 9 hrs Geography and fieldwork req. Techniques for the systematic acquisition and interpreta- tion of geographic field data. Includes introduction to Orienteering. 315 SEMINAR IN GEOGRAPHY 3 S Sr standing; 12 hrs Geography and field work req. Designed to acquaint the student with career opportunities in geography and in related fields. Includes senior field problem. 331 CULTURAL GEOGRAPHY 3 GEO 135 or GEO 140 or cons inst req. Field trip req. An advanced course in the field and methodology of cul- tural geography, with an emphasis on the study of place and culture in a globalizing world. 332 HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY 3 GEO 135 or GEO 140 or cons inst req. Not for cr if had GEO 210. An advanced course in historical geography with an empha- sis on the study of concepts and ideas to understand global settlement patterns at various scales across time and space. 334 POLITICAL ECOLOGY 3 GEO 205 or cons inst req. Formerly 389.32. Critical examination of how socio-political and economic systems, processes, and practices are linked globally with contemporary environmental problems. 336 URBAN GEOGRAPHY 3 S Jr/sr standing req. Internal morphology, external relationships, and other spatial aspects of cities. 341 CLIMATE AND GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE 3 S GEO 204; GEO 200 or 211; GEO 201 or cons inst req. An overview of concepts, methods, theory and debates sur- rounding climate and global environmental change. 351 CARTOGRAPHIC PROCESSES 3 S A or B in GEO 300 req. Materials charge optional. Advanced techniques in design, production and reproduc- tion of maps. 370 URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING 3 S GEO 204 or cons inst req. Introduction to the planning process and the major ele- ments used in plan implementation such as zoning regula- tions, subdivision regulations, and the official map. Field research may be required. 383 MAPS AND MENTALITIES 3 F,S GEO 204; or HIS 101 or 102, 135 or 136, and 200 or cons inst req. Also offered as HIS 383. Survey of maps and their makers in Western history, from the ancient period to the present.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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