Spring 2022 Course Offerings

Core Courses Required for All Geography Majors expanding section

ESC 101: Earth Environments

This course concentrates on understanding the earth’s dynamic environments through the study of processes and physical and human interactions related to the lithosphere, hydrosphere and atmosphere. A scientific approach is used to examine fundamental concepts in earth and environmental science related to topics such as plate tectonics, landform development, atmospheric processes, global climate, and water resources, in order to provide an understanding of how the earth system functions and the human role in these phenomena.

Satisfies General Education 05 Requirement: Understanding the Natural World

Available Lab and Corresponding Lecture Sections and Instructors:

Lab Section Lab Day Lab Time Lab Instructor Lecture Section Lecture Days Lecture Time Lecture Instructor
10L We 11:00 - 1:00 Jeffrey Kueny 01 Tu Th 9:25 - 10:50 Jeff Kueny
11L We 1:10 - 3:10 Jeffrey Kueny 01 Tu Th 9:25 - 10:50 Jeff Kueny
12L We  3:20 - 5:20 Heather Walder 01 Tu Th 9:25 - 10:50 Jeff Kueny
20L Tu 7:45 - 9:45 Joan Bunbury 02 Mo We Fr 9:55 - 10:50 Joan Bunbury
21L Tu 9:55 - 10:50 Joan Bunbury 02 Mo We Fr 9:55 - 10:50 Joan Bunbury
22L Tu 1:10-3:10 Joan Bunbury 02 Mo We Fr 9:55 - 10:50 Joan Bunbury
30L Mo 9:55-11:55 Cynthia Berlin 03 Mo We Fr 8:50 - 9:45 Jeffrey Kueny
31L Mo 12:05-2:05 Jeffrey Kueny 03 Mo We Fr 8:50 - 9:45 Jeffrey Kueny
32L Mo 2:15 - 4:15 Jeffrey Kueny 03 Mo We Fr 8:50 - 9:45 Jeffrey Kueny

GEO 110: World Cultural Regions

This course provides an understanding of the global distribution of world cultures. The cultural, economic and natural patterns and their interrelationships are examined on a global and regional scale. The development and distribution of cultural regions within countries are included when appropriate. 

Satisfies General Education 04 Requirement: Global and Multicultural Studies

Available Sections and Instructors:

Section Days Time Instructor
01 Mo We Fr 8:50 - 9:45 John Kelly
02 Mo We Fr 2:15 - 3:10 John Kelly
03 Tu Th 9:25 - 10:50 Brian Pompeii
04 Tu Th 11:00 - 12:25 Brian Pompeii

GEO 200: Conservation of Global Environments

Introduction to natural resources, resource management, environmental and land use ethics, environmental impacts of resource utilization and strategies to resolve environmental conflicts. Course examines the relationships between society and the environment from the global to the local scale. 

Satisfies General Education 04 Requirement: Global and Multicultural Studies

Available Sections and Instructors:

Section Days Time Instructor
01 Tu Th 8:50 - 9:45 Brian Pompeii
02 Tu Th 2:15 - 3:40 Brian Pompeii
03 Mo We Fr 9:55 - 10:50 Daniel Sambu
411 Online Asynchronous Online Asynchronous Daniel Sambu

GEO/ESC 305: Geographic Information Systems and Science I (GISS I)

Students will acquire fundamental knowledge and learn key concepts underlying spatial data, different map types and uses, thematic symbolization and visualization, and spatial analytical techniques. They will learn how to critically assess and communicate knowledge concerning spatial environments. Students will also learn how to use GIS and Web mapping technologies. (Cross-listed with ESC/GEO; may only earn credit in one department.)

Available Sections and Instructors:

Lab Section Lab Days Lab Times Lecture Section Lecture Days Lecture Time Instructor
10L Tu Th 10:30-11:25 01 Tu Th 9:25 - 10:20 Niti Mishra

GEO/ESC 405/505: Geographic Information System and Science II (GISS II)

Building upon lessons learned in ESC/GEO 305, this course focuses on geospatial analysis and database development. The course includes both theoretical and applied aspects of GIS analysis. GIS software, with an emphasis on ArcGIS, will be used to explore geographic questions. Hands-on exercises pertaining to environmental science, natural resource management, business, and urban planning will be used to complement lecture material. Topics will include data organization, database structure, input and output, data quality, and geographic analysis of spatial and attribute data. This course is taught largely at an undergraduate level. Graduate students will have additional course requirements/expectations. Prerequisite: ESC/GEO 305STAT 145; junior standing. (Cross-listed with ESC/GEO; may only earn credit in one department.) 

Available Sections and Instructors:

Lab Sections Lab Days Lab Time Lecture Sections Lecture Days Lecture Time  Instructor
10L, 11L* Mo We 9:55-10:50 01, 02* Mo We 8:50-9:45 Gargi Chaudhuri

*sections 11L and 02 are writing emphasis 

Additional Core Courses Required for Environmental Science Concentration expanding section

ESC 222: Earth Surface Processes and Landforms

An introduction to the earth surface processes that are dominant in forming various types of landforms. Spatial variations in landforms will be studied both at the local scale and as the outcome of large-scale global processes. Lect. 3, Lab 2. Prerequisite: ESC 101

Available Sections and Instructors:

Lab Section Lab Day Lab Time Lecture Section Lecture Days Lecture Time Instructor
10L Fr 8:50-10:50 01 Tu Th 12:40 - 2:05 Colin Belby
Additional Core Courses Required for Geographic Information Science Concentration expanding section

GEO/ESC 445/545**: Remote Sensing of the Environment II

This course covers advanced techniques of digital satellite and airborne image analysis and processing, emphasizing theory and applications in natural resource, land use and environmental assessment. It includes practical approaches to integrating imagery with geographic information systems for spatial analyses and decision making. Data acquisition, integrity, manipulation, formatting, storage, and retrieval are also examined. This course is taught largely at an undergraduate level. Graduate students will have additional course requirements/expectations. Lect. 2, Lab 2. Prerequisite: ESC/GEO 415; junior standing.

**Note that if GEO/ESC 445 is used to fulfill a core requirement for the GEO: GIS Concentration, then GEO/ESC 455 will be applied to the Geospatial Techniques electives category if taken. Students majoring in the GEO: Environmental Science Concentration or the GEO: Humans and the Environment Emphasis can apply GEO/ESC 445 and GEO/ESC 455 to the Geospatial Techniques electives. 

Available Sections and Instructor:

Lab Sections Lab Days Lab Times Lecture Sections Lab Days Lab Time Instructor
10L, 11L* Mo We 4:25 - 5:20 01, 02* Mo We 3:20 - 4:15 Niti Mishra

*section 11L and 02 are writing emphasis 

GEO/ESC 455/555**: Web Mapping

In this course, students will learn how to produce and design interactive Web maps for communication. Web maps take many forms and they are continually changing. Thus, the objective of this course is to do two things: (1) develops proficiency in the scripting languages and tools most frequently used to design and create these maps; and (2) teaches the theory and concepts underlying good Web map design so that as the technologies change in the future students will still be able to design effective Web maps. At the end of this course, students will be able to design a Web map from scratch. This course is taught largely at an undergraduate level. Graduate students will have additional course requirements/expectations. Lect. 2, Lab 2. Prerequisite: ESC/GEO 305; ESC/GEO 418; junior standing. (Cross-listed with ESC/GEO, may only earn credit in one department.)

**Note that if GEO/ESC 455 is used to fulfill a core requirement for the GEO: GIS Concentration, then GEO/ESC 445 will be applied to the Geospatial Techniques electives category if taken. Students majoring in the GEO: Environmental Science Concentration or the GEO: Humans and the Environment Emphasis can apply GEO/ESC 445 and GEO/ESC 455 to the Geospatial Techniques electives. 

Available Section and Instructor:

Lab Section Lab Days Lab time Lecture Section Lecture Days Lecture Time Instructor
10L Tu Th 3:20 - 4:15 01 Tu Th 2:15 - 3:10 Gargi Chaudhuri

GEO/ESC 485/585: GISS III

This course covers advanced theories in geographic information systems database structures, advanced applications, database transfers, database management, use of census data, spatial analysis, and decision-making. There will be an emphasis on ARCGIS and its applications and integration of GIS with remote sensing and GPS. This course is taught largely at an undergraduate level. Graduate students will have additional course requirements/expectations. Lect. 2, Lab 2. Prerequisite: ESC/GEO 405STAT 145; junior standing. (Cross-listed with ESC/GEO; may only earn credit in one department.)

Available Sections and Instructor:

Lab Sections Lab Days Lab time Lecture Sections Lecture Days Lecture Time Instructor
10L, 11L* Mo We 1:10 - 2:05 01, 02* Mo We 12: 05 -  1:00 Gargi Chaudhuri

*sections 02 and 11L are writing emphasis

Earth's Environmental Systems Electives expanding section

ESC 211: Global Warming and Climate Change

This course serves as an introduction to causes of natural and human-induced climate change, and the current and future impacts of climate change on environmental systems and society. Actions that could be taken by governments, industry, non-profit organizations, and individuals to mitigate the magnitude and effects of climate change will be addressed. The course will investigate social, cultural, and political aspects associated with climate change policy, including how vulnerability, resilience, and adaptability to a changing climate vary across the globe.

Available Lecture Sections and Instructors:

Sections Day Time Instructor
01 Tu Th 11:00 - 12:25 Cynthia Berlin
411 Online Asynchronous Online Asynchronous Cynthia Berlin

GEO/ESC 422/522:  Meteorology

Atmospheric concepts and processes of the earth’s weather are covered. Principles and laws which govern the behavior of the atmosphere are investigated, including energy exchange between the earth and the atmosphere, forces governing atmospheric motion, atmospheric moisture and stability, condensation and precipitation processes, air masses and cyclogenesis, thunderstorm and tornado development, and hurricanes. Surface and upper-air charts, synoptic patterns, thermodynamic charts, radar and satellite images, and weather patterns are analyzed. This course is taught largely at an undergraduate level. Graduate students will have additional course requirements/expectations. Prerequisite: ESC 221; junior standing. (Cross-listed with ESC/GEO; may only earn credit in one department.) 

Available Lecture Sections and Instructor:

Sections Day(s) Time Instructor
01, 02* Tu Th 7:45 - 9:10 Cynthia Berlin

*section 02 is writing-emphasis

GEO/ESC 428/528: Past Environmental Change

An overview of the study of environmental change during the Quaternary. Approaches used to understand past climatic conditions and effects on terrestrial and marine ecosystems at global, regional and local scales will be explored, as will physical, geochemical and biological methods associated with continuous and depositional environments. This course is taught largely at an undergraduate level. Graduate students will have additional course requirements/expectations. Prerequisite: ESC 221 and ESC 222; junior standing.

Available Lecture Sections and instructors:

Section Days Time Instructor
01* Mo We 2:15 - 3:40 Joan Bunbury

*section 01 is writing-emphasis

Geospatial Techniques Electives expanding section

GEO 102*: Maps and Society

This course introduces all aspects of maps and how they affect the individual in society. It examines the evolution of maps, the map as an art form, the map as a communication medium for spatial knowledge, the meaning of maps and their relationship to culture and society past and present, the influence of maps on an individual through mass media and the Internet, and the way maps reflect personal and societal points of view. It focuses on privacy and civil liberty issues of the individual in the age of digital information where maps and map databases can disclose the privacy of personal space. In addition, today’s GIS maps (in planning, in marketing, in hazard controls, etc.) embed substantial amounts of personal information that can affect personal security and how our lives are directly, indirectly, knowingly, and unknowingly influenced. 

Satisfies General Education 06 Requirement: Understanding Oneself and the Social World

*Note GEO 102 does not fulfill an elective requirement in the Geospatial Techniques category of the GEO: Humans and the Environment Emphasis and the GEO: Environmental Science Concentration, but it does in the GEO: GIS Concentration.

Available Lecture Sections and Instructors:

Section Days Time Instructor
411 Online Asynchronous Online Asynchronous Brian Pompeii

GEO/ESC 412/512: Geospatial Applications of UAS

This course provides an introduction to the Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) from the geospatial perspective which includes: UAS sensors and platforms, civilian and remote sensing applications, sensors calibration and boresighting, operational requirements, data processing using specialized software to derive products such as ortho-rectified imagery, multispectral imagery, digital terrain and surface models, current rules and regulations governing owning and operating a UAS in the United States. Students in this course will get hands-on experience of UAS mission planning and flying with both fixed-wing and multi-rotor UAS for environmental data collection outside the classroom. The course content will also prepare the students for the remote pilot exam conducted by the FAA. They will complete hands-on lab exercises involving UAS data pre-processing and analysis to generate geospatial products and assess their accuracy. This course is taught largely at an undergraduate level. Graduate students will have additional course requirements/expectations. Lect. 2, Lab 2. Prerequisite: ESC/GEO 305; junior standing. (Cross-listed with ESC/GEO; may only earn credit in one department.)

Available Sections and Instructor:

Lab Section Lab Days Lab Time Lecture Section Lecture Days Lecture Time Instructor
10L Tu Th 1:10 - 2:05 01 Tu Th 12:05 - 1:00 Niti Mishra

GEO/ESC 445/545: Remote Sensing of the Environment II

This course covers advanced techniques of digital satellite and airborne image analysis and processing, emphasizing theory and applications in natural resource, land use and environmental assessment. It includes practical approaches to integrating imagery with geographic information systems for spatial analyses and decision making. Data acquisition, integrity, manipulation, formatting, storage, and retrieval are also examined. This course is taught largely at an undergraduate level. Graduate students will have additional course requirements/expectations. Lect. 2, Lab 2. Prerequisite: ESC/GEO 415; junior standing.

Available Sections and Instructor:

Lab Sections Lab Days Lab Time Lecture Sections Lecture Days Lecture Time Instructor
10L, 11L* Mo We 4:25 - 5:20 01, 02* Mo We 3:20 - 4:15 Niti Mishra

*sections 02 and 11L are writing emphasis 

GEO/ESC 455/555: Web Mapping

In this course, students will learn how to produce and design interactive Web maps for communication. Web maps take many forms and they are continually changing. Thus, the objective of this course is to do two things: (1) develops proficiency in the scripting languages and tools most frequently used to design and create these maps; and (2) teaches the theory and concepts underlying good Web map design so that as the technologies change in the future students will still be able to design effective Web maps. At the end of this course, students will be able to design a Web map from scratch. This course is taught largely at an undergraduate level. Graduate students will have additional course requirements/expectations. Lect. 2, Lab 2. Prerequisite: ESC/GEO 305; ESC/GEO 418; junior standing. (Cross-listed with ESC/GEO, may only earn credit in one department.)

Available Sections and Instructor:

Lab Section Lab Days Lab Time Lecture Section Lecture Days Lecture Time Instructor
10L Tu Th 3:20 - 4:15 01 Tu Th 2:15 - 3:10 Gargi Chaudhuri

GEO/ESC 485/585: GISS III

This course covers advanced theories in geographic information systems database structures, advanced applications, database transfers, database management, use of census data, spatial analysis, and decision-making. There will be an emphasis on ARCGIS and its applications and integration of GIS with remote sensing and GPS. This course is taught largely at an undergraduate level. Graduate students will have additional course requirements/expectations. Lect. 2, Lab 2. Prerequisite: ESC/GEO 405STAT 145; junior standing. (Cross-listed with ESC/GEO; may only earn credit in one department.)

Available Sections and Instructor:

Lab Section Lab Days Lab Time Lecture Section Lecture Days Lecture Time Instructor
10L, 11L* Mo We 1:10-2:05 01, 02* Mo We 12: 05 -  1:00 Gargi Chaudhuri

*sections 02 and 11L are writing emphasis

Humans and the Environment Electives expanding section

GEO 202*: Contemporary Global Issues

This course will offer a contemporary multi-disciplinary perspective regarding the major issues and trends confronting the global society as it enters the 21st century. Emphasis will be given to a critical review and assessment of the origin and present condition of the plethora of situations and problems affecting modern global society. The student will also learn to critically evaluate current and future events. The course will incorporate the views and approaches of the following disciplines: sociology/anthropology, economics, geography, political science, and history. Students may only earn credit in one of the following: ANT 202, GEO 202HIS 202POL 202SOC 202. 

*Note GEO 202 does not fulfill an elective requirement in the Humans and the Environment category of the GEO: Humans and the Environment Emphasis, but it does in the GEO: GIS Concentration and the GEO: Environmental Science Concentration.

Available Lecture Section and Instructor:

Section Days Time Instructor
01 Mo We Fr 12:05 - 1:00 Daniel Sambu

GEO 318: Latin America and the Caribbean 

The cultural and physical characteristics of Latin America and the Caribbean region are systematically examined and explained. This includes an examination of diverse physical and 'built' environments that encompass this region, from the borderlands of northern Mexico to the Tierra Del Fuego of the south; from the lush tropical environments of the Amazon, Jamaica, and Puerto Rico, to the Altiplano and arid regions of the west; from disparate lowlands to the startling mountain zones of the Andes. Indigenous civilizations which developed out of unique arrangements with these complex environments as well as those imposed and imported since 1500 will be explored in depth.

Available Lecture Sections and Instructor:

Section Days Time Instructor
01, 02* Mo We Fr 11:00 - 11:55 John Kelly

*section 02 is writing emphasis

GEO 321: Sustainable Development

This course is designed to engage students in critical thinking with regard to how the current momentum in environmental conservation is shaping global development practices. The dual and seemingly conflicting mandates of conservation and development are examined not only through theory but also case studies from different parts of the world.

Available Lecture Sections and Instructor:

Sections Days Time Instructor
01, 02* Mo We Fr 7:45-8:40 Daniel Sambu

*section 02 is writing emphasis

Additional Elective Credits expanding section

GEO 102: Maps and Society

This course introduces all aspects of maps and how they affect the individual in society. It examines the evolution of maps, the map as an art form, the map as a communication medium for spatial knowledge, the meaning of maps and their relationship to culture and society past and present, the influence of maps on an individual through mass media and the Internet, and the way maps reflect personal and societal points of view. It focuses on privacy and civil liberty issues of the individual in the age of digital information where maps and map databases can disclose the privacy of personal space. In addition, today’s GIS maps (in planning, in marketing, in hazard controls, etc.) embed substantial amounts of personal information that can affect personal security and how our lives are directly, indirectly, knowingly, and unknowingly influenced. 

Satisfies General Education 06 Requirement: Understanding Oneself and the Social World

Available Lecture Section and Instructor:

Section Days Time Instructor
411 Online Asynchronous Online Asynchronous Brian Pompeii

GEO 202: Contemporary Global Issues

This course will offer a contemporary multi-disciplinary perspective regarding the major issues and trends confronting the global society as it enters the 21st century. Emphasis will be given to a critical review and assessment of the origin and present condition of the plethora of situations and problems affecting modern global society. The student will also learn to critically evaluate current and future events. The course will incorporate the views and approaches of the following disciplines: sociology/anthropology, economics, geography, political science, and history. Students may only earn credit in one of the following: ANT 202, GEO 202HIS 202POL 202SOC 202. 

Satisfies General Education 04 Requirement: Global and Multicultural Studies

Available Lecture Section and Instructor:

Section Days Time Instructor
01 Mo We Fr 12:05 - 1:00 Daniel Sambu

When Will My Course Be Offered? Course Sequence Plan

Many courses rotate: some are offered each fall term, others each spring, some are only offered every other year, some come around just every three years, or every three semesters! See the current Undergraduate Catalog (or our Course Descriptions page) to see the sequence information for a particular course (at the end of the course description).

Academic Year 2020-21 expanding section

 

Fall 2020

Spring 2021

ESC 101: Earth Environments

ESC 101: Earth Environments

GEO 102: Maps and Society

GEO 102: Maps and Society

GEO 110: World Cultural Regions

GEO 110: World Cultural Regions

GEO 200: Conservation of Global Environments

GEO 200: Conservation of Global Environments

GEO 202: Contemporary Global Issues

GEO 202: Contemporary Global Issues

ESC 211: Global Warming and Climate Change

ESC 211: Global Warming and Climate Change

ESC 221: Weather and Climate

ESC 222: Earth Surface Processes and Landforms

GEO 305: Geographic Information Systems and Science I (GISS I)

GEO 305: Geographic Information Systems and Science I (GISS I)

GEO 310: Transportation Geography

GEO 312: Geography of Africa

GEO 335: Islamic Asia: Cradle of Civilizations, Geographies of Conflict

GEO 318: The Geography of Latin America and the Caribbean

GEO 340: Earth's Polar Regions

GEO/ESC 321: Sustainable Development and Conservation

GEO 401: Focus on Geography: A Capstone Course

 

GEO/ESC 405: Geographic Information System and Science II (GISS II)

GEO/ESC 405: Geographic Information System and Science II (GISS II)

GEO/ESC 410: Geospatial Field Methods

GEO/ESC 412: Geospatial Applications of Unmanned Aerial Systems

GEO/ESC 415: Remote Sensing of the Environment I

GEO/ESC 422: Meteorology

GEO/ESC 418: Map Design and Geovisualization

GEO/ESC 430: River Systems

GEO/ESC 450: Geography Internship

GEO/ESC 445: Remote Sensing of the Environment II

GEO/ESC 460: Environmental Hazards

GEO/ESC 485: Geographic Information System and Science III (GISS III)

GEO/ESC 490: Independent Study

FYS 100: Environmental Disasters and Society

GEO/ESC 499: Undergraduate Research

FYS 100: Ice Age Wisconsin: Where Wooly Mammoths Roamed

 

FYS 100: People, Climate, and Wildfires

Course Rotation

F Fall S Spring
Su Summer W Winter
O Occasionally A Annually
AY Alternate Years F - Odd Fall, Odd-Numbered Years
S- Odd Spring, Odd-Numbered Years F- Even Fall, Even-Numbered Years
Geography Courses (GEO) expanding section
Course Course Name Offered Last Offered
GEO 102 Maps and Society F, S
GEO 110 World Cultural Regions

F, S

GEO 200 Contemporary Global Issues F, S
GEO/ESC 305 Geographic Information Systems and Science I (GISS I) F, S
GEO 307 Political Geography O Fall 2021
GEO 309 Urban Geography O Fall 2021
GEO 310 Transportation Geography A
GEO 318 The Geography of Latin America and the Caribbean O Fall 2019
GEO/ESC 321 Sustainable Development and Conservation A
GEO 335 Islamic Asia: Cradle of Civilizations, Geographies of Conflict AY Fall 2021
GEO 340 Earth's Polar Regions O Fall 2020
GEO 401 Focus on Geography: A Capstone Course F
GEO/ESC 405 Geographic Information System and Science II (GISS II) F, S
GEO 408 Teaching and Learning History and Social Studies in the Secondary School F, S
GEO/ESC 410 Geospatial Field Methods F
GEO/ESC 412 Geospatial Applications of Unmanned Aerial Systems O Spring 2021
GEO/ESC 415 Remote Sensing of the Environment I F
GEO/ESC 418 Map Design and Geovisualization F
GEO/ESC 422 Meteorology S
GEO/ESC 425 Biogeography F - Odd Fall 2019
GEO/ESC 427 Water Resources S - Odd Fall 2021
GEO/ESC 428 Past Environmental Change AY Spring 2020
GEO/ESC 430 River Systems S - Odd Spring 2021
GEO/ESC 440 Geographic Interpretation of Aerial Photographs O Spring 2019
GEO/ESC 445 Remote Sensing of the Environment II S
GEO/ESC 450 Geography Internship F, S, Su
GEO/ESC 455 Web Mapping S
GEO/ESC 460 Environmental Hazards F - Even Fall 2020
GEO/ESC 465 Scripting in GIS O Fall 2020
GEO/ESC 470 Special Topics in Geography/Earth Science O Spring 2020
GEO/ESC 476 Geography/Earth Science Topics for Teachers O Fall 2015
GEO/ESC 485 Geographic Information System and Science III S
GEO/ESC 488 Spatial Data Analysis AY Spring 2019
GEO/ESC 490 Independent Study F, W, S, Su
GEO/ESC 495 Seminar in Geography/Earth Science O Fall 2019
GEO/ESC 499 Undergraduate Research F, W, S, Su
Earth Science Courses (ESC) expanding section
Course Course Name Offered Last Offered
ESC 101 Earth Environments F, S
ESC 211 Global Warming and Climate Change F, S, Su
ESC 221 Weather and Climate F
ESC 222 Earth Surface Processes and Landforms S
ESC/GEO 305 Geographic Information Systems and Science I (GISS I) F, S
ESC/GEO 321 Sustainable Development and Conservation A
ESC/GEO 405 Geographic Information System and Science II (GISS II) F, S
ESC/GEO 410 Geospatial Field Methods F
ESC/GEO 412 Geospatial Applications of Unmanned Aerial Systems O Spring 2021
ESC/GEO 415 Remote Sensing of the Environment I F
ESC/GEO 418 Map Design and Geovisualization F
ESC/GEO 422 Meteorology S
ESC/GEO 425 Biogeography F - Odd Fall 2019
ESC/GEO 427 Water Resources S - Odd Fall 2021
ESC/GEO 428 Past Environmental Change AY Spring 2020
ESC/GEO 430 River Systems S - Odd Spring 2021
ESC/GEO 440 Geographic Interpretation of Aerial Photographs O Spring 2019
ESC/GEO 445 Remote Sensing of the Environment II S
ESC/GEO 450 Geography Internship F, S, Su
ESC/GEO 455 Web Mapping S
ESC/GEO 460 Environmental Hazards F - Even Fall 2020
ESC/GEO 465 Scripting in GIS O Fall 2020
ESC/GEO 470 Special Topics in Geography/Earth Science O Spring 2020
ESC/GEO 476 Geography/Earth Science Topics for Teachers O Fall 2015
ESC/GEO 485 Geographic Information System and Science III (GISS III) S
ESC/GEO 488 Spatial Data Analysis AY Spring 2019
ESC/GEO 490 Independent Study F, W, S, Su
ESC/GEO 495 Seminar in Geography/Earth Science O Fall 2019
ESC/GEO 490 Undergraduate Research F, W, S, Su