- Location, aerial variation, functional, and spatial interrelationships of the production, exchange, and consumption of goods and services. P: GEOGRPHY 1330, or consent of instructor.
Geography of the United States and Canada
- A regional approach to the cultural, economic, and physical geography of the United States and Canada. P: GEOGRPHY 1040, GEOGRPHY 1140, or GEOGRPHY 1240.
- The importance of natural resources to the national interest; current problems of resource allocation and use. P: 6 credits of laboratory science. P: GEOGRPHY 1330, or consent of instructor.
Topics in Regional Geography
- Regional study of different world regions. Treated in a traditional regional or topical format.
Field Methods in Geography
- Field techniques for reconnaissance and detailed studies; the preparation of geographical reports based primarily on field research.
Geography of Japan
- A detailed study of Japan, featuring its physical, cultural, human, demographic, and political geography. The heart of the course will be a six week field study in Japan. P: Consent of instructor.
- A particular geographic problem within a seminar format. P: Consent of the instructor.
Space, Place and Gender
- The relationship of gender and geography. It will examine the role of gender in the study of geography, and will be concerned with places, linkages, patterns of flow, locations, landscape, and the social/political/economic production of space. P: GEOGRPHY 1230 or consent of instructor.
- The interrelationships of earth and state; the geographical explanation of international relations; an examination of the geopolitics on a global scale. P: Consent of instructor.
Geography Field Excursion
- Field trip of one to eight weeks duration to study regional or systematic geography firsthand on the American continent or overseas.
Independent Study in Geography
- The amount of graduate credit allowed for independent study may not exceed a total of four credits except with the special permission of the student's advisor and the graduate dean. Approval must be secured before independent study courses are begun. Students registering for independent study must submit at or before registration a description signed by the instructor conducting the independent study of the subject to be covered. Independent study may not be used for collecting information for the seminar paper.