Geography Department Course Rotation

NB: This is a typical rotation and courses are not guaranteed. Most, not all, are available in the classroom. Most, not all, are available online.
Undergraduate Course Rotation | Graduate Course Rotation

Undergraduate GEO Course Rotation

Fall 2020, 2022

  • GEO 100 Human Geography (CT)
  • 101 Physical Geography (CT)
  • 230 Intro. Meteorology (CT; Core II general education natural science)
  • 305 United States and Canada or 402 Geography of Appalachia
  • 317 World Regional Geography
  • 423 Cartography and GIS
  • 425 Climatology
  • 426 Principles of GIS
  • 430 GIS Raster Analysis
  • 490 Internship
  • 498 Capstone 1 (WI)
  • 499 Capstone 2 (WI)
  • GEO Electives

Spring 2021, 2023

  • GEO 100 Human Geography (CT)
  • 101 Physical Geography (CT)
  • 203 Economic Geography (CT)
  • 222 Global Environmental Issues (CT)
  • 230 Intro. Meteorology (CT; Core II general education natural science)
  • 300 Methods in Geography
  • 317 World Regional Geography
  • 350 Severe Local Storms and Natural Hazards
  • 406 Population Geography
  • 431 Remote Sensing
  • 440 Spatial Statistics and GIS
  • 454 Drones: GIS and Remote Sensing
  • 490 Internship
  • 498 Capstone 1 (WI)
  • 499 Capstone 2 (WI)

Fall 2021, 2023

  • GEO 100 Human Geography (CT)
  • 101 Physical Geography (CT)
  • 230 Intro. Meteorology (CT; Core II general education natural science)
  • 317 World Regional Geography
  • 410 Urban Geography
  • 423 Cartography and GIS
  • 424 Transportation Geography
  • 460 Weather Analysis
  • 426 Principles of GIS
  • 429 Location Analysis and GIS
  • 490 Internship
  • 498 Capstone 1 (WI)
  • 499 Capstone 2 (WI)

Spring 2022, 2024

  • GEO 100 Human Geography (CT)
  • 101 Physical Geography (CT)
  • 222 Global Environmental Issues (CT)
  • 230 Intro. Meteorology (CT; Core II general education natural science)
  • 300 Methods in Geography
  • 317 World Regional Geography
  • 350 Severe Local Storms and Natural Hazards
  • 410 Urban Geography
  • 422 Environmental Geography
  • 426 Principles of GIS
  • 431 Remote Sensing
  • 440 Spatial Statistics and GIS
  • 490 Internship
  • 498 Capstone 1 (WI)
  • 499 Capstone 2 (WI)

Summers (all online)

  • GEO 100 Human Geography (CT)
  • 101 Physical Geography (CT)
  • 203 Economic Geography (CT)
  • 230 Intro. Meteorology (CT; Core II general education natural science)
  • 305 Geography of United States and Canada
  • 317 World Regional Geography
  • 350 Severe Local Storms and Natural Hazards
  • 404 Europe
  • 405 Political Geography (alternating years)
  • 408 Middle and South America
  • 423 Cartography and GIS
  • 426 Principles of GIS
  • 460 Weather Analysis (alternating years)

Graduate GEO Course Rotation

Fall 2020, 2022

  • GEO 402 Geography of Appalachia
  • 523 Cartography and GIS
  • 525 Climatology
  • 526 Principles of GIS
  • 530 GIS Raster Analysis
  • 601 Colloquium
  • 615 Geographic Thought
  • 619 Seminar: Sustainable Transportation
  • 690 Internship

Spring 2021, 2023

  • GEO 506 Population Geography
  • 531 Remote Sensing
  • 540 Spatial Statistics and GIS
  • 554 Drones: GIS and Remote Sensing
  • 616 Geographic Research Methods
  • 620 Environmental Geography Seminar
  • 679 Applied Projects
  • 690 Internship

Fall 2021, 2023

  • GEO 502 Geography of Appalachia
  • 523 Cartography and GIS
  • 524 Transportation Geography
  • 526 Principles of GIS
  • 529 Location Analysis and GIS
  • 560 Weather Analysis
  • 601 Colloquium
  • 607 Economic Geography Seminar
  • 690 Internship

Spring 2022, 2024

  • GEO 510 Urban Geography
  • 522 Environmental Geography
  • 526 Principles of GIS
  • 531 Remote Sensing
  • 540 Spatial Statistics and GIS
  • 616 Geographic Research Methods
  • 679 Applied Projects
  • 690 Internship

Summers (all online)

  • 504 Geography of Europe
  • 505 Political Geography (alternating years)
  • 508 Middle and South America
  • 523 Cartography and GIS
  • 526 Principles of GIS
  • 560 Weather Analysis (alternating years)
  • 617 Seminar: Weather (alternating years)
  • 623 Regions of North America (alternating years)
  • 679 Applied Projects

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