Geography Course Descriptions

400 Level Courses
GEOG 413: Resource Management. 3 hours.

This is a seminar and field course that is designed to provide students with a capstone experience to prepare them for a career or for graduate school. This course builds on foundational courses in geography and environmental studies and places students in hands-on planning and environmental projects. Examples of projects include water quality testing and analysis, land use planning, restoration ecology and wildlife conservation. Projects will be completed in coordination with local, state, or federal agencies, private agencies and/or nonprofit agencies. Students will publish and present their findings in a public setting. Offered spring semester.