Courses - Upcoming

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Summer 2016 A-term

Qtr Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
sum GEOG 230: Geographies Of Global Inequality

Addresses increasing global inequalities by focusing on shifting spatial division of labor and the role of the international development industry in shaping economic and social inequality. Examines relationships between economic globalization, development industry, and rising global inequality: reviews the history and record of the international development project, and asks what it means to say that Western, advanced economies are not the norm.

DIV, I&S
A - 11607 Mónica Farías MTWTh 09:40-11:50
GUG 204
sum GEOG 277: Geography Of Cities

Explores economic, cultural, social and political dynamics of cities - their location, functions, and internal structure, including economic activities, housing, and social geography. Topics include economic restructuring; suburbanization and urban sprawl; urban planning; inner-city gentrification; and how issues of class, race, and gender are embedded in the geographies of cities.

DIV, I&S
A - 11608 Will McKeithen MTWTh 09:40-11:50
SMI 415C
sum GEOG 310: Immigrant America: Trends And Policies From A Geographic Perspective

U.S. immigration trends and policies from a geographic perspective. Topics include where immigrants come from, where they settle in the United States (and why they settle in those particular places), these locations, immigrant employment enclaves, effects of U.S. immigration policy on immigrant settlement and employment patterns, unauthorized immigration, citizenship, and barriers to immigrant social and economic mobility in the United States.

I&S
A - 11611 Ellis, John Mark MTWTh 13:10-15:20
SAV 139
sum GEOG 335: Geography Of The Developing World

Characteristics and causes, external and internal, of Third World development and obstacles to that development. Special attention to demographic and agricultural patterns, resource development, industrialization and urbanization, drawing on specific case studies from Asia, Africa, and Latin America. Offered: jointly with JSIS B 335.

I&S
A - 11612 William Buckingham MTWTh 13:10-15:20
MOR 225

Summer 2016 B-term

Qtr Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
sum GEOG 123: Introduction To Globalization

Provides an introduction to the debates over globalization. Focuses on the growth and intensification of global ties. Addresses the resulting inequalities and tensions, as well as the new opportunities for cultural and political exchange. Topics include the impacts on government, finance, labor, culture, the environment, health, and activism. Offered: jointly with JSIS 123.

DIV, I&S
A - 11606 Grobelski, Tiffany Lee MTWTh 09:40-11:50
CLK 219
sum GEOG 280: Introduction To The Geography Of Health And Healthcare

Concepts of health from a geographical viewpoint, including human-environment relations, development, geographical patterns of disease, and health systems in developed and developing countries.

I&S
A - 11609 Muirow, Arianna Rachel MTWTh 13:10-15:20
SMI 415C

Summer 2016 Full-term

Qtr Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
sum GEOG 360: Principles Of Gis Mapping

Origins, development, and methods of cartographic mapping. Principles of data representation and map design for thematic mapping and spatial analysis. Introduction to principles of geographic information systems. Not available for credit to students who have completed GEOG 362. Offered: ASp.

I&S, QSR
A - 11613 Skye Naslund MTWTh 12:00-13:00
SMI 401
sum GEOG 494: Senior Essay

Supervised individual research and writing of major paper during senior year. Offered: AWSp.

I&S, W
A - 11615 to be arranged -
* *
sum GEOG 496: Internship In Geography

Internship in the public or private sector, supervised by a faculty member. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSpS.

A - 11616 to be arranged -
* *
sum GEOG 499: Special Studies

Supervised reading programs, undergraduate and graduate library and field research; special projects for undergraduate Honors students. Offered: AWSpS.

A - 11617 to be arranged -
* *
sum GEOG 600: Independent Study Or Research

Offered: AWSpS.

A - 11620 to be arranged -
* *
sum GEOG 600: Independent Study Or Research

Offered: AWSpS.

B - 11621 to be arranged -
* *
sum GEOG 700: Master's Thesis

Offered: AWSpS.

A - 11622 to be arranged -
* *
sum GEOG 800: Doctoral Dissertation

Offered: AWSpS.

A - 11623 to be arranged -
* *

Autumn 2016

Qtr Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
aut GEOG 123: Introduction To Globalization

Provides an introduction to the debates over globalization. Focuses on the growth and intensification of global ties. Addresses the resulting inequalities and tensions, as well as the new opportunities for cultural and political exchange. Topics include the impacts on government, finance, labor, culture, the environment, health, and activism. Offered: jointly with JSIS 123.

DIV, I&S
A - 15511 M W F 09:30-10:20
SIG 134
aut GEOG 123: Introduction To Globalization

Provides an introduction to the debates over globalization. Focuses on the growth and intensification of global ties. Addresses the resulting inequalities and tensions, as well as the new opportunities for cultural and political exchange. Topics include the impacts on government, finance, labor, culture, the environment, health, and activism. Offered: jointly with JSIS 123.

AA - 15512 M 10:30-11:20
EEB 031
aut GEOG 123: Introduction To Globalization

Provides an introduction to the debates over globalization. Focuses on the growth and intensification of global ties. Addresses the resulting inequalities and tensions, as well as the new opportunities for cultural and political exchange. Topics include the impacts on government, finance, labor, culture, the environment, health, and activism. Offered: jointly with JSIS 123.

Service
AB - 15513 M 11:30-12:20
ART 004
aut GEOG 123: Introduction To Globalization

Provides an introduction to the debates over globalization. Focuses on the growth and intensification of global ties. Addresses the resulting inequalities and tensions, as well as the new opportunities for cultural and political exchange. Topics include the impacts on government, finance, labor, culture, the environment, health, and activism. Offered: jointly with JSIS 123.

AC - 15514 T 09:30-10:20
EEB 054
aut GEOG 123: Introduction To Globalization

Provides an introduction to the debates over globalization. Focuses on the growth and intensification of global ties. Addresses the resulting inequalities and tensions, as well as the new opportunities for cultural and political exchange. Topics include the impacts on government, finance, labor, culture, the environment, health, and activism. Offered: jointly with JSIS 123.

AD - 15515 T 10:30-11:20
MEB 246
aut GEOG 123: Introduction To Globalization

Provides an introduction to the debates over globalization. Focuses on the growth and intensification of global ties. Addresses the resulting inequalities and tensions, as well as the new opportunities for cultural and political exchange. Topics include the impacts on government, finance, labor, culture, the environment, health, and activism. Offered: jointly with JSIS 123.

AE - 15516 W 11:30-12:20
* *
aut GEOG 123: Introduction To Globalization

Provides an introduction to the debates over globalization. Focuses on the growth and intensification of global ties. Addresses the resulting inequalities and tensions, as well as the new opportunities for cultural and political exchange. Topics include the impacts on government, finance, labor, culture, the environment, health, and activism. Offered: jointly with JSIS 123.

AF - 15517 W 12:30-13:20
MUE 154
aut GEOG 180: Introduction To Global Health: Disparities, Determinants, Policies, And Outcomes

Provides an introduction to global health, including: the burden and distribution of disease and mortality; the determinants of global health disparities; the making of global health policies; and the outcomes of global health interventions. Offered: jointly with G H 101/JSIS B 180; W.

I&S, W
A - 15518 Faubion, Charles T. to be arranged -
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aut GEOG 205: Our Global Environment: Physical And Human Dimensions

Explores environmental systems using a geographic perspective that emphasizes spatial patterns of phenomena, relationships between different places, and interconnections between people and environment. Evaluates causes, consequences, and solutions to environmental problems. Topics include climate, atmosphere, water, ecosystems, and soils.

NW
A - 15523 Christine Biermann M W F 10:30-11:20
THO 101
aut GEOG 205: Our Global Environment: Physical And Human Dimensions

Explores environmental systems using a geographic perspective that emphasizes spatial patterns of phenomena, relationships between different places, and interconnections between people and environment. Evaluates causes, consequences, and solutions to environmental problems. Topics include climate, atmosphere, water, ecosystems, and soils.

AA - 15524 M 11:30-12:20
SMI 415C
aut GEOG 205: Our Global Environment: Physical And Human Dimensions

Explores environmental systems using a geographic perspective that emphasizes spatial patterns of phenomena, relationships between different places, and interconnections between people and environment. Evaluates causes, consequences, and solutions to environmental problems. Topics include climate, atmosphere, water, ecosystems, and soils.

AB - 15525 M 12:30-13:20
SMI 415C
aut GEOG 205: Our Global Environment: Physical And Human Dimensions

Explores environmental systems using a geographic perspective that emphasizes spatial patterns of phenomena, relationships between different places, and interconnections between people and environment. Evaluates causes, consequences, and solutions to environmental problems. Topics include climate, atmosphere, water, ecosystems, and soils.

AC - 15526 M 13:30-14:20
SMI 415C
aut GEOG 205: Our Global Environment: Physical And Human Dimensions

Explores environmental systems using a geographic perspective that emphasizes spatial patterns of phenomena, relationships between different places, and interconnections between people and environment. Evaluates causes, consequences, and solutions to environmental problems. Topics include climate, atmosphere, water, ecosystems, and soils.

AD - 15527 T 09:30-10:20
SMI 415C
aut GEOG 205: Our Global Environment: Physical And Human Dimensions

Explores environmental systems using a geographic perspective that emphasizes spatial patterns of phenomena, relationships between different places, and interconnections between people and environment. Evaluates causes, consequences, and solutions to environmental problems. Topics include climate, atmosphere, water, ecosystems, and soils.

AE - 15528 T 10:30-11:20
SMI 415C
aut GEOG 205: Our Global Environment: Physical And Human Dimensions

Explores environmental systems using a geographic perspective that emphasizes spatial patterns of phenomena, relationships between different places, and interconnections between people and environment. Evaluates causes, consequences, and solutions to environmental problems. Topics include climate, atmosphere, water, ecosystems, and soils.

AF - 15529 T 11:30-12:20
SMI 415C
aut GEOG 230: Geographies Of Global Inequality

Addresses increasing global inequalities by focusing on shifting spatial division of labor and the role of the international development industry in shaping economic and social inequality. Examines relationships between economic globalization, development industry, and rising global inequality: reviews the history and record of the international development project, and asks what it means to say that Western, advanced economies are not the norm.

DIV, I&S
A - 15530 T Th 09:30-11:20
AND 223
aut GEOG 230: Geographies Of Global Inequality

Addresses increasing global inequalities by focusing on shifting spatial division of labor and the role of the international development industry in shaping economic and social inequality. Examines relationships between economic globalization, development industry, and rising global inequality: reviews the history and record of the international development project, and asks what it means to say that Western, advanced economies are not the norm.

AA - 15531 F 09:30-10:20
CHL 105
aut GEOG 230: Geographies Of Global Inequality

Addresses increasing global inequalities by focusing on shifting spatial division of labor and the role of the international development industry in shaping economic and social inequality. Examines relationships between economic globalization, development industry, and rising global inequality: reviews the history and record of the international development project, and asks what it means to say that Western, advanced economies are not the norm.

AB - 15532 F 09:30-10:20
SMI 415C
aut GEOG 230: Geographies Of Global Inequality

Addresses increasing global inequalities by focusing on shifting spatial division of labor and the role of the international development industry in shaping economic and social inequality. Examines relationships between economic globalization, development industry, and rising global inequality: reviews the history and record of the international development project, and asks what it means to say that Western, advanced economies are not the norm.

AC - 15533 F 10:30-11:20
SMI 415C
aut GEOG 230: Geographies Of Global Inequality

Addresses increasing global inequalities by focusing on shifting spatial division of labor and the role of the international development industry in shaping economic and social inequality. Examines relationships between economic globalization, development industry, and rising global inequality: reviews the history and record of the international development project, and asks what it means to say that Western, advanced economies are not the norm.

AD - 15534 F 11:30-12:20
SMI 415C
aut GEOG 230: Geographies Of Global Inequality

Addresses increasing global inequalities by focusing on shifting spatial division of labor and the role of the international development industry in shaping economic and social inequality. Examines relationships between economic globalization, development industry, and rising global inequality: reviews the history and record of the international development project, and asks what it means to say that Western, advanced economies are not the norm.

AE - 15535 F 12:30-13:20
SMI 415C
aut GEOG 230: Geographies Of Global Inequality

Addresses increasing global inequalities by focusing on shifting spatial division of labor and the role of the international development industry in shaping economic and social inequality. Examines relationships between economic globalization, development industry, and rising global inequality: reviews the history and record of the international development project, and asks what it means to say that Western, advanced economies are not the norm.

AF - 15536 F 13:30-14:20
SMI 415C
aut GEOG 245: Geodemographics: Population, Diversity, And Place

Explores the geodemographic underpinnings of societal dynamics and the spatial diversity of United States populations. Topics include immigration policy, the concept of 'race' in the census, fertility and mortality differences, political redistricting, segregation, and internal migration of populations. Examines regional and local scales of variation using geodemographic techniques and GIS. Offered: A.

DIV, I&S, QSR
A - 15537 Suzanne Davies Withers T Th 11:30-13:20
MLR 301
aut GEOG 245: Geodemographics: Population, Diversity, And Place

Explores the geodemographic underpinnings of societal dynamics and the spatial diversity of United States populations. Topics include immigration policy, the concept of 'race' in the census, fertility and mortality differences, political redistricting, segregation, and internal migration of populations. Examines regional and local scales of variation using geodemographic techniques and GIS. Offered: A.

AA - 15538 M 11:30-12:20
EEB 042
aut GEOG 245: Geodemographics: Population, Diversity, And Place

Explores the geodemographic underpinnings of societal dynamics and the spatial diversity of United States populations. Topics include immigration policy, the concept of 'race' in the census, fertility and mortality differences, political redistricting, segregation, and internal migration of populations. Examines regional and local scales of variation using geodemographic techniques and GIS. Offered: A.

AB - 15539 M 11:30-12:20
EEB 054
aut GEOG 245: Geodemographics: Population, Diversity, And Place

Explores the geodemographic underpinnings of societal dynamics and the spatial diversity of United States populations. Topics include immigration policy, the concept of 'race' in the census, fertility and mortality differences, political redistricting, segregation, and internal migration of populations. Examines regional and local scales of variation using geodemographic techniques and GIS. Offered: A.

AC - 15540 M 12:30-13:20
CLK 120
aut GEOG 245: Geodemographics: Population, Diversity, And Place

Explores the geodemographic underpinnings of societal dynamics and the spatial diversity of United States populations. Topics include immigration policy, the concept of 'race' in the census, fertility and mortality differences, political redistricting, segregation, and internal migration of populations. Examines regional and local scales of variation using geodemographic techniques and GIS. Offered: A.

AD - 15541 M 12:30-13:20
EEB 026
aut GEOG 245: Geodemographics: Population, Diversity, And Place

Explores the geodemographic underpinnings of societal dynamics and the spatial diversity of United States populations. Topics include immigration policy, the concept of 'race' in the census, fertility and mortality differences, political redistricting, segregation, and internal migration of populations. Examines regional and local scales of variation using geodemographic techniques and GIS. Offered: A.

AE - 15542 M 13:30-14:20
GLD 117
aut GEOG 245: Geodemographics: Population, Diversity, And Place

Explores the geodemographic underpinnings of societal dynamics and the spatial diversity of United States populations. Topics include immigration policy, the concept of 'race' in the census, fertility and mortality differences, political redistricting, segregation, and internal migration of populations. Examines regional and local scales of variation using geodemographic techniques and GIS. Offered: A.

AF - 15543 M 13:30-14:20
MEB 102
aut GEOG 277: Geography Of Cities

Explores economic, cultural, social and political dynamics of cities - their location, functions, and internal structure, including economic activities, housing, and social geography. Topics include economic restructuring; suburbanization and urban sprawl; urban planning; inner-city gentrification; and how issues of class, race, and gender are embedded in the geographies of cities.

DIV, I&S
A - 15544 Kim England T Th 11:30-13:20
MGH 389
aut GEOG 277: Geography Of Cities

Explores economic, cultural, social and political dynamics of cities - their location, functions, and internal structure, including economic activities, housing, and social geography. Topics include economic restructuring; suburbanization and urban sprawl; urban planning; inner-city gentrification; and how issues of class, race, and gender are embedded in the geographies of cities.

AA - 15545 W 09:30-10:20
SMI 415C
aut GEOG 277: Geography Of Cities

Explores economic, cultural, social and political dynamics of cities - their location, functions, and internal structure, including economic activities, housing, and social geography. Topics include economic restructuring; suburbanization and urban sprawl; urban planning; inner-city gentrification; and how issues of class, race, and gender are embedded in the geographies of cities.

AB - 15546 W 10:30-11:20
SMI 415C
aut GEOG 277: Geography Of Cities

Explores economic, cultural, social and political dynamics of cities - their location, functions, and internal structure, including economic activities, housing, and social geography. Topics include economic restructuring; suburbanization and urban sprawl; urban planning; inner-city gentrification; and how issues of class, race, and gender are embedded in the geographies of cities.

AC - 15547 W 11:30-12:20
SMI 415C
aut GEOG 277: Geography Of Cities

Explores economic, cultural, social and political dynamics of cities - their location, functions, and internal structure, including economic activities, housing, and social geography. Topics include economic restructuring; suburbanization and urban sprawl; urban planning; inner-city gentrification; and how issues of class, race, and gender are embedded in the geographies of cities.

AD - 15548 W 12:30-13:20
SMI 415C
aut GEOG 277: Geography Of Cities

Explores economic, cultural, social and political dynamics of cities - their location, functions, and internal structure, including economic activities, housing, and social geography. Topics include economic restructuring; suburbanization and urban sprawl; urban planning; inner-city gentrification; and how issues of class, race, and gender are embedded in the geographies of cities.

AE - 15549 Th 09:30-10:20
SMI 415C
aut GEOG 277: Geography Of Cities

Explores economic, cultural, social and political dynamics of cities - their location, functions, and internal structure, including economic activities, housing, and social geography. Topics include economic restructuring; suburbanization and urban sprawl; urban planning; inner-city gentrification; and how issues of class, race, and gender are embedded in the geographies of cities.

AF - 15550 Th 10:30-11:20
SMI 415C
aut GEOG 315: Explanation And Understanding In Geography

Covers the beginning steps in the research process. Introduces the discipline of geography, the department, and current faculty through the research aims of explanation and understanding that frame social scientific inquiry. Students develop basic library and writing skills as preparation for future research methods classes and independent research.

I&S, W Research
A - 15551 Michael Brown M W F 09:30-10:20
SMI 102
aut GEOG 315: Explanation And Understanding In Geography

Covers the beginning steps in the research process. Introduces the discipline of geography, the department, and current faculty through the research aims of explanation and understanding that frame social scientific inquiry. Students develop basic library and writing skills as preparation for future research methods classes and independent research.

Research
AA - 15552 T Th 09:30-10:20
SMI 409
aut GEOG 315: Explanation And Understanding In Geography

Covers the beginning steps in the research process. Introduces the discipline of geography, the department, and current faculty through the research aims of explanation and understanding that frame social scientific inquiry. Students develop basic library and writing skills as preparation for future research methods classes and independent research.

Research
AB - 15553 T Th 10:30-11:20
SMI 409
aut GEOG 315: Explanation And Understanding In Geography

Covers the beginning steps in the research process. Introduces the discipline of geography, the department, and current faculty through the research aims of explanation and understanding that frame social scientific inquiry. Students develop basic library and writing skills as preparation for future research methods classes and independent research.

Research
AC - 15554 T Th 11:30-12:20
SMI 409
aut GEOG 315: Explanation And Understanding In Geography

Covers the beginning steps in the research process. Introduces the discipline of geography, the department, and current faculty through the research aims of explanation and understanding that frame social scientific inquiry. Students develop basic library and writing skills as preparation for future research methods classes and independent research.

Research
AD - 15555 T Th 12:30-13:20
SMI 409
aut GEOG 315: Explanation And Understanding In Geography

Covers the beginning steps in the research process. Introduces the discipline of geography, the department, and current faculty through the research aims of explanation and understanding that frame social scientific inquiry. Students develop basic library and writing skills as preparation for future research methods classes and independent research.

Research
AE - 15556 T Th 13:30-14:20
SMI 415C
aut GEOG 315: Explanation And Understanding In Geography

Covers the beginning steps in the research process. Introduces the discipline of geography, the department, and current faculty through the research aims of explanation and understanding that frame social scientific inquiry. Students develop basic library and writing skills as preparation for future research methods classes and independent research.

Research
AF - 15557 T Th 14:30-15:20
SMI 415C
aut GEOG 335: Geography Of The Developing World

Characteristics and causes, external and internal, of Third World development and obstacles to that development. Special attention to demographic and agricultural patterns, resource development, industrialization and urbanization, drawing on specific case studies from Asia, Africa, and Latin America. Offered: jointly with JSIS B 335.

I&S
A - 15558 Piedalue, Amy M W 12:30-14:20
CMU 230
aut GEOG 360: Principles Of Gis Mapping

Origins, development, and methods of cartographic mapping. Principles of data representation and map design for thematic mapping and spatial analysis. Introduction to principles of geographic information systems. Not available for credit to students who have completed GEOG 362. Offered: ASp.

I&S, QSR
A - 15559 Luke Bergmann M W F 11:30-12:20
THO 125
aut GEOG 360: Principles Of Gis Mapping

Origins, development, and methods of cartographic mapping. Principles of data representation and map design for thematic mapping and spatial analysis. Introduction to principles of geographic information systems. Not available for credit to students who have completed GEOG 362. Offered: ASp.

AA - 15560 T Th 10:30-11:20
SMI 401
aut GEOG 360: Principles Of Gis Mapping

Origins, development, and methods of cartographic mapping. Principles of data representation and map design for thematic mapping and spatial analysis. Introduction to principles of geographic information systems. Not available for credit to students who have completed GEOG 362. Offered: ASp.

AB - 15561 T Th 11:30-12:20
SMI 401
aut GEOG 360: Principles Of Gis Mapping

Origins, development, and methods of cartographic mapping. Principles of data representation and map design for thematic mapping and spatial analysis. Introduction to principles of geographic information systems. Not available for credit to students who have completed GEOG 362. Offered: ASp.

AC - 15562 M W 12:30-13:20
SMI 401
aut GEOG 360: Principles Of Gis Mapping

Origins, development, and methods of cartographic mapping. Principles of data representation and map design for thematic mapping and spatial analysis. Introduction to principles of geographic information systems. Not available for credit to students who have completed GEOG 362. Offered: ASp.

AD - 15563 M W 13:30-14:20
SMI 401
aut GEOG 375: Geopolitics

An introduction to both political geography and geopolitics, addressing the fundamental links between power and space. Topics covered include: theories of power, space, and modernity; the formation of modern states; international geopolitics in the aftermath of the Cold War; the post-colonial nation-state; and the geopolitics of resistance. Offered: jointly with JSIS B 375.

DIV, I&S
A - 15564 M W 13:30-15:20
MEB 238
aut GEOG 425: Qualitative Methodology In Geography

Historical and philosophical overview of qualitative methodology and techniques such as interviewing, ethnography, archival research, participatory action research, and focus groups. Exploration of forms of interpretation and analysis such as textual interpretation, critical discourse analysis, and content analysis. Addresses questions of ethics, power relations, field notes, and research presentation.

I&S
A - 15568 T Th 09:30-11:20
* *
aut GEOG 482: Gis Data Management

Examines the principles and application of geospatial database management software, including personal and enterprise geodatabase management solutions. Considers enterprise architectures for GIS relative to organizational size. Addresses collaborative uses of Internet, Intranet, and Extranet architectures. Offers case studies in database management, with a variety of dataset types and sizes. Prerequisite: GEOG 360. Instructors: Nyerges

I&S
A - 15570 Timothy Nyerges M W F 12:30-13:20
SAV 166
aut GEOG 482: Gis Data Management

Examines the principles and application of geospatial database management software, including personal and enterprise geodatabase management solutions. Considers enterprise architectures for GIS relative to organizational size. Addresses collaborative uses of Internet, Intranet, and Extranet architectures. Offers case studies in database management, with a variety of dataset types and sizes. Prerequisite: GEOG 360. Instructors: Nyerges

AA - 15571 T Th 12:30-13:20
SMI 401
aut GEOG 482: Gis Data Management

Examines the principles and application of geospatial database management software, including personal and enterprise geodatabase management solutions. Considers enterprise architectures for GIS relative to organizational size. Addresses collaborative uses of Internet, Intranet, and Extranet architectures. Offers case studies in database management, with a variety of dataset types and sizes. Prerequisite: GEOG 360. Instructors: Nyerges

AB - 15572 T Th 13:30-14:20
SMI 401
aut GEOG 494: Senior Essay

Supervised individual research and writing of major paper during senior year. Offered: AWSp.

I&S, W
A - 15573 to be arranged -
* *
aut GEOG 496: Internship In Geography

Internship in the public or private sector, supervised by a faculty member. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSpS.

A - 15574 to be arranged -
* *
aut GEOG 497: Tutorial In Geography

Intensive directed study and tutoring. Literature reviews, formulations of project outlines and research designs, orientation in contemporary geographic thought and trends. Directed writing. Required for Honors students. Offered: AWSp.

I&S Honors
A - 15575 Suzanne Davies Withers M 10:30-11:20
THO 217
aut GEOG 499: Special Studies

Supervised reading programs, undergraduate and graduate library and field research; special projects for undergraduate Honors students. Offered: AWSpS.

A - 15576 to be arranged -
* *
aut GEOG 499: Special Studies

Supervised reading programs, undergraduate and graduate library and field research; special projects for undergraduate Honors students. Offered: AWSpS.

B - 15577 to be arranged -
* *
aut GEOG 505: Spatial Dimensions Of Chinese Development

Addresses several major spatial topics critical to present-day China's development, including: population and land relationship, the spatial structures of economic activities and governments; rural-urban relations and transition; central-local relations; the hukou system; population mobility at different spatial scales and urban centers.

A - 15579 Kam Wing Chan W 15:30-18:20
SMI 109
aut GEOG 511: Contemporary Research Design In Geography

Reviews the key steps in designing and executing high-caliber independent research in geography. Students generate a research proposal that can further their own thesis or dissertation research.

A - 15580 Michael Brown M 13:30-16:20
SMI 409
aut GEOG 522: Research Seminar: Space, Technology, And Society

Examines social scientific and humanistic theorizations of space, technologies, and their interrelationships; uses theses theorizations to assess social/ cultural, political, and disciplinary implications of GIS, the geoweb, and emergent online mapping technologies. Offered: W.

A - 15582 Sarah Elwood Th 14:30-17:20
SMI 404
aut GEOG 580: Medical Geography

Geography of disease, consideration in health systems planning. Analysis of distributions, diffusion models, migration studies. Application of distance, optimal location models to health systems planning; emergency medical services; distribution of health professionals; cultural variations in health behavior. Prerequisite: familiarity with social science research; health-related issues. Instructors: Mayer Offered: jointly with HSERV 586.

A - 15584 Jonathan Mayer Th 14:30-17:20
SMI 409
aut GEOG 582: Gis Data Management

Examines the principles and application of geospatial database management software, including personal and enterprise geodatabase management solutions. Considers enterprise architectures for GIS relative to organizational size. Addresses collaborative uses of Internet, Intranet, and Extranet architectures. Offers case studies in database management, with a variety of dataset types and sizes.

A - 15585 Timothy Nyerges M W F 12:30-13:20
SAV 166
aut GEOG 582: Gis Data Management

Examines the principles and application of geospatial database management software, including personal and enterprise geodatabase management solutions. Considers enterprise architectures for GIS relative to organizational size. Addresses collaborative uses of Internet, Intranet, and Extranet architectures. Offers case studies in database management, with a variety of dataset types and sizes.

AA - 15586 T Th 12:30-13:20
SMI 401
aut GEOG 582: Gis Data Management

Examines the principles and application of geospatial database management software, including personal and enterprise geodatabase management solutions. Considers enterprise architectures for GIS relative to organizational size. Addresses collaborative uses of Internet, Intranet, and Extranet architectures. Offers case studies in database management, with a variety of dataset types and sizes.

AB - 15587 T Th 13:30-14:20
SMI 401
aut GEOG 598: Geography Colloquium

Participation in, and critique of, student thesis and dissertation research, faculty research, and visitor contributions. Offered: AWSp.

A - 15589 Lucy Jarosz F 15:30-16:50
SMI 304
aut GEOG 600: Independent Study Or Research

Offered: AWSpS.

A - 15590 to be arranged -
* *
aut GEOG 600: Independent Study Or Research

Offered: AWSpS.

B - 15591 to be arranged -
* *
aut GEOG 700: Master's Thesis

Offered: AWSpS.

A - 15592 to be arranged -
* *
aut GEOG 800: Doctoral Dissertation

Offered: AWSpS.

A - 15593 to be arranged -
* *