Online GEO Courses

  • GEO 151  Introduction to Human Geography

    GEO 151  Introduction to Human Geography

    Semester:
    Fall of every year, Spring of every year
    Credits:
    Total Credits: 3   Lecture/Recitation/Discussion Hours: 3
    Description:
    Systematic study of spatial patterns and processes that have shaped human use and alteration of the world.
  • GEO 203  Introduction to Meteorology

    GEO 203  Introduction to Meteorology

    Semester:
    Fall of every year
    Credits:
    Total Credits: 3   Lecture/Recitation/Discussion Hours: 3
    Description:
    Fundamentals of meteorology. Energy balance, adiabatic processes, horizontal motion, cyclogenesis, and severe weather.
  • GEO 204  World Regional Geography

    GEO 204  World Regional Geography

    Semester:
    Fall of every year
    Credits:
    Total Credits: 3   Lecture/Recitation/Discussion Hours: 3
    Description:
    Economic, political, cultural, environmental, and technological processes and conditions that explain the diversity of world regions.
  • GEO 206  Physical Geography

    GEO 206  Physical Geography

    Semester:
    Fall of every year, Spring of every year
    Credits:
    Total Credits: 3   Lecture/Recitation/Discussion Hours: 3
    Description:
    Geographic and functional interrelationships within the physical environment: Earth-sun relationships, weather, climate, soils, vegetation and landforms (terrain characteristics).
  • GEO 221  Introduction to Geographic Information

    GEO 221  Introduction to Geographic Information

    Semester:
    Fall of every year, Spring of every year
    Credits:
    Total Credits: 3   Lecture/Recitation/Discussion Hours: 3
    Description:
    Principles and methods of spatial data collection, handling, analysis, and display. Introduction to remote sensing, geographic information systems, and cartography.
  • GEO 221L  Introduction to Geographic Information Laboratory

    GEO 221L  Introduction to Geographic Information Laboratory

    Semester:
    Fall of every year, Spring of every year, Summer of every year
    Credits:
    Total Credits: 1   Lab Hours: 2
    Prerequisite:
    GEO 221 or concurrently
    Recommended Background:
    Basic computer and math skills
    Description:
    Basic skills for working with Geographic Information Systems, remotely sensed imagery, design of maps, geospatial tools and technologies for data analysis and problem-solving.
  • GEO 324  Remote Sensing of the Environment

    GEO 324  Remote Sensing of the Environment

    Semester:
    Fall of every year
    Credits:
    Total Credits: 4   Lecture/Recitation/Discussion Hours: 2   Lab Hours: 4
    Prerequisite:
    GEO 221
    Description:
    Features and interpretation methods of remotely-sensed imagery, especially black-and-white and color infrared airphotos. Basic features of radar, thermal, and multispectral imagery. Interpretation for agriculture, archaeology, fisheries, forestry, geography, landscape architecture, planning, and wildlife management.
  • GEO 325  Geographic Information Systems

    GEO 325  Geographic Information Systems

    Semester:
    Fall of every year
    Credits:
    Total Credits: 3   Lecture/Recitation/Discussion Hours: 2   Lab Hours: 2
    Prerequisite:
    GEO 221 and GEO 221L
    Description:
    Technical and theoretical issues in the design, implementation, and use of geographic information systems for research and applications.
  • GEO 802  Geospatial Technology

    GEO 802  Geospatial Technology

    Semester:
    Fall of every year
    Credits:
    Total Credits: 3   Lecture/Recitation/Discussion Hours: 3
    Recommended Background:
    Familiarity with coordinate systems.
    Description:
    Comprehensive introduction to geotechnologies. Concepts and theories of remote sensing to include image interpretation and processing, Global Positioning Systems, spatial data structures, and geographic information systems.