GEOG 3215. Intermediate Geographic Systems (3-2-4) This course introduces students to more advanced topics in GIS. In the course, students critically examine the art and science of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and related geospatial technologies. Students will engage in geographic analysis that meets the need of a community organization. Students will be expected to apply the geographic analysis process with GIS and related geospatial technologies to a specific geographical problem and create articulated reports and high-quality maps and graphics.
GEOG 5128. Selected Topics in Geography (3-0-3) Prerequisite: GEOG 1101 and HIST 3125 with a grade of "C" or better for undergraduate students. Various topics selected from any of the subfields of geography. May be taken twice for credit with different topics.
GEOG 4615. Internship (0-0-1) Prerequisite: Consent of the department chair. Experience in applied geography: GIS, community NGOs (non-governmental organizations) museums, historical societies, historic preservation, and archival collections, under close faculty supervision. (S/U grading.)
ENVS 6235. Geographic Information and Global Positioning Systems (3-3-4) Utilization of GIS and GPS to portray existing spatial datasets, create new datasets and analyze datasets with emphasis on environmental applications, especially the analysis of change in environmental conditions on a landscape scale. Projects will require lab time beyond that scheduled. (Course fee required.)