Fundamental skills in visual interpretation, photogrammetry, and computer processing of digital aerial and satellite imagery.

Earth Environments is a course in Physical Geography: the study of the physical landscape, a system, its components and the processes that link those components together.

An introduction to human and physical geography by use of the world regional approach. Fundamental geographic concepts and ideas (regional economic development, global systems, spatial diffusion) are presented in different regional contexts.

Cartographic design with emphasis on developing ability to communicate through maps and graphs; some computer graphics.

A course that examines the nature and distribution of the water resources that our society depends upon.  A sizable portion of the course will detail the characteristics of the different sources of water as well as the myriad environmental and legal problems that arise from our usage of this resource.

The Capstone Course for Geography or Environmental Studies