The Anthropology, Geography, and Earth Science (AGES) Department offers Minors in Geographic Information Science, Latin American and Caribbean Studies, and a concentration in Geography and Sustainable Planning under the Liberal Studies degree program.
ES/GEOG 210 Fundamentals of Digital Mapping; ES/GEOG 345 Computer Cartography; ES.GEOG 400 Intro Remote Sensing; ES/GEOG 425 Advanced Remote Sensing; ES/GEOG 470 Intro GIS; ES/GEOG 490 Advanced GIS
Latin American and Caribbean Studies Minor
- Please see the University Catalog for more information.
Geography and Sustainable Planning Concentration (Liberal Studies Degree Program)
GEOG 100 Intro World Geog; ES 150 Physical Geology w/lab; GEOG 257 US & Canada; GEOG 310 Geography, Sustainable Development; GEOG/ES Climatology; GEOG/ES 400 Intro Remote Sensing w/ lab; GEOG/ES Intro GIS
One course from the following three categories
Technical: ES/GEOG 345 Computer Cartography w/lab; ES/GEOG 425 Advanced Remote Sensing; ES/GEOG Advanced GIS w/lab
Regional: GEOG 250 Geography of Europe; GEOG 252 Geography of Latin America; GEOG 256 Geography of the Caribbean
- Topical: GEOG 260 Economic Geography; GEOG 265 Trade and Transportation; GEOG 315 Race, Class, and Gender