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Fall 2002 Course Descriptions

All courses below are approved to be taught in Fall 2002; however, some (or all) may not be offered this term.  The course numbers that are offered this term link to the Schedule of Classes.  The complete list below is a good indicator of what may be offered over the next few years (contact department about offerings).  For explanations of course elements see the Key to Course Descriptions.

Geography and Regional Development (GEOG)  Department Info

GEOG 110 -- Regional Land Use  (3 units)
Description:  Problems of regional environments in relation to the use and development of activities on the land. Emphasis on field study of actual land uses and introduction to the analysis and mapping of these using microcomputers. The relation of land use to taxation, zoning, and real estate transfer and development.
Identical to:  PLN 110; PLN is home department.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

GEOG 151 -- World Regional Geography  (3 units)
Description:  Geographic concepts and information organized by conventional region and nation. Appropriate for elementary and secondary teaching.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

GEOG 171 -- Introduction to Meteorology and Climatology  (3 units)
Description:  An introduction to weather processes and climate, including discussions of fronts and cyclones, precipitation processes, the wind systems of the world, severe storms, and weather modification.
Prerequisite(s):  MATH 110.
Identical to:  ATMO 171; ATMO is home department.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

GEOG 171L -- Introduction to Meteorology and Climatology Laboratory  (1 unit)
Description:  Quantitative exercises illustrating the physical and chemical behavior of the atmosphere and the fundamental concepts used in weather analysis and forecasting.
Prerequisite(s):  or Concurrent registration, ATMO 171.
Identical to:  ATMO 171L; ATMO is home department.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

GEOG 195A -- Topics in Geography and Regional Development  (1 unit)
Description:  Instruction often includes lectures by several different persons, usually in a small group setting. Designed to give students insight into the concepts and practices which typify different academic disciplines, and introduce students to the methods and standards of the discipline for discovering new knowledge, the values which characterize the field of study, advances in the field, impact on society, and career opportunities.  This is a First-Year Colloquium Course.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

GEOG 199H -- Honors Independent Study  (1-6 units)
Description:  Qualified students working on an individual basis with professors who have agreed to supervise such work.
May be repeated:  an unlimited number of times, consult your department for details and possible restrictions.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring, Summer.

GEOG 210 -- The Political & Cultural Geography of Globalization  (3 units)
Description:  This course examines how systems of difference provide revealing analytical categories for understanding the political and cultural geography of globalization and develops critical thinking skills that can be used effectively beyond this course.
Prerequisite(s):  two courses from Tier One, Individuals and Societies (INDV 101, 102, 103, 104).
Approved as:  General Education Tier Two - Individuals and Societies.
Approved as:  General Education Gender, Race, Class, Ethnicity, or Non-Western Area Studies.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 220 -- Our Diverse Biosphere  (3 units)
Description:  The strategy is to immerse non-science majors in the biological aspects of Physical Geography and, through lively debate and discussion, maps and images, to enhance critical thinking skills students need to make decisions about the world around them.
Prerequisite(s):  two courses from Tier One, Natural Sciences (NATS 101, 102, 104).
Approved as:  General Education Tier Two - Natural Sciences.
May be repeated:  for a total of 6 units of credit.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 230 -- Our Changing Climate  (3 units)
Description:  Where, when, and why is climate changing? We will answer these questions via computer visualization and hands-on exploration of satellite images, time-series, and other climate variability data at global, regional, and local scales, and from paleoclimate to modern instrumental record.
Prerequisite(s):  two courses from Tier One, Natural Sciences (NATS 101, 102, 104).
Approved as:  General Education Tier Two - Natural Sciences.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 240 -- Our Dynamic Landscape  (3 units)
Description:  Critical perspectives on complex environmental problems; issues include environmental hazards, renewable and nonrenewable resources; global, regional, and local patterns, and geographic scale are emphasized.
Approved as:  General Education Tier Two - Natural Sciences.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 256 -- Sustainable Cities and Societies  (3 units)
Description:  Urbanization and cities within the sustainability framework. Global urbanization, social justice, environmental equity, growth management, "the new urbanism." International cases. Web based projects.
Approved as:  General Education Tier Two - Individuals and Societies.
May be repeated:  for credit 1 time (maximum 2 enrollments).
Identical to:  PLN 256.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring, Summer.

GEOG 299 -- Independent Study  (1-3 units)
Description:  Qualified students working on an individual basis with professors who have agreed to supervise such work.
May be repeated:  an unlimited number of times, consult your department for details and possible restrictions.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring, Summer.

GEOG 299H -- Honors Independent Study  (1-3 units)
Description:  Qualified students working on an individual basis with professors who have agreed to supervise such work.
May be repeated:  an unlimited number of times, consult your department for details and possible restrictions.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 301 -- Introduction to Regional Planning  (3 units)
Description:  Introduction to the principles and techniques used for planning in metropolitan and rural regions.
Course includes 1 or more field trips.
Identical to:  PLN 301; PLN is home department.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

GEOG 303 -- Field Study in Environmental Geography  (3 units)
Description:  Methods used in environmental geography, including mapping techniques, use of global positioning systems, collection of various types of environmental data and basic data analysis methods.
Course includes 1 or more field trips.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring, Summer.

GEOG 305 -- Economic Geography  (3 units)
Description:  Analysis and modeling of the spatial structure of primary, secondary, and tertiary economic activities; location theory and regionalization in economic systems.  This is a Writing Emphasis Course.
Prerequisite(s):  satisfaction of the upper-division writing proficiency requirement.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

GEOG 330 -- Introduction to Remote Sensing  (3 units)
Description:  Introduction to remote sensing principles, techniques, and applications, designed principally for those with no background in the field.
Identical to:  G EN 330, GEOS 330, WS M 330, SWES 330.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 357 -- Geographical Research Methods  (3 units)
Description:  Formulation and solution of geographic problems; models, research design, and methods of gathering, analyzing, and portraying geographic data.  This is a Writing Emphasis Course.
Prerequisite(s):  satisfaction of the upper-division writing proficiency requirement.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

GEOG 360 -- Environmental Perception  (3 units)
Description:  Consideration of patterns in human perception in relation to modification of environment and environmental planning.  This is a Writing Emphasis Course.
Prerequisite(s):  satisfaction of the upper-division writing proficiency requirement.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 367 -- Population Geography  (3 units)
Description:  Fertility, mortality, and migration as agents of demographic change. Topics include fertility control and LDCs; working mothers and NDCs; aging societies; legal/illegal immigration in the U.S., population policies.
Prerequisite(s):  two courses from Tier One, Individuals and Societies (INDV 101, 102, 103, 104).
Approved as:  General Education Tier Two - Individuals and Societies.
Identical to:  SOC 367.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 369 -- Geography of the Middle East  (3 units)
Description:  Physical environments and cultural areas of Southwest Asia, with emphasis on people-environment interrelationships, settlement systems, and impact of Islam.  This is a Writing Emphasis Course.
Prerequisite(s):  satisfaction of the upper-division writing proficiency requirement.
Approved as:  General Education Gender, Race, Class, Ethnicity, or Non-Western Area Studies.
Identical to:  NES 369.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 371 -- Principles and Practices of Regional Development  (3 units)
Description:  Introduction to basic concepts, objectives, practices and techniques of regional and industrial development as a professional activity, with emphasis on development problems and solutions.  This is a Writing Emphasis Course.
Course includes 1 or more field trips.
Prerequisite(s):  satisfaction of the upper-division writing proficiency requirement.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 373 -- Political Geography  (3 units)
Description:  Explores links between global economic and political processes, national affairs and local politics. Designed to foster participation; assessment is via essays and assignments.  This is a Writing Emphasis Course.
Prerequisite(s):  satisfaction of the upper-division writing proficiency requirement.
Identical to:  POL 373.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 374 -- Geography and Social Justice  (3 units)
Description:  Introduction to theories of social justice with application to social, cultural, and economic geography. What are the prevailing theories of social justice and how can we draw on them to assess movements and goals for social change? How do different geographical contexts inform our assessment of social justice concepts? Course will address theory, moral questions, and specific case studies equally.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 375 -- Metropolitan Tucson  (3 units)
Description:  Physical and cultural basis of Tucson's geographic patterns, with emphasis on the city's site, situation, settlement patterns and problems of growth and change.
Course includes 1 or more field trips.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 379 -- Urban Growth and Development  (3 units)
Description:  Location patterns in urban areas and processes of growth; historical development of U.S. cities, rent theory, housing markets, commercial and industrial location, the role of transportation and planning. Student development teams create a model city using the ACRES real estate simulation game.
Identical to:  PLN 379.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

GEOG 380 -- Global Agricultural and International Relations  (3 units)
Description:  The importance of agriculture to the cultures, political structures, and economies of developing countries in Africa, Asia, South America, and Oceania.  This is a Writing Emphasis Course.
Prerequisite(s):  satisfaction of the upper-division writing proficiency requirement; introductory course in anthropology, sociology or economics. Two courses from Tier One, Individuals and Societies (INDV 101, 102, 103, 104).
Identical to:  AGTM 380; AGTM is home department.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

GEOG 392A -- Directed Research in Geography and Regional Development  (3 units)
Description:  Individual or small group research under the guidance of faculty.
May be repeated:  for a total of 12 units of credit.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 393 -- Internship  (1-6 units)
Description:  Specialized work on an individual basis, consisting of training and practice in actual service in a technical, business, or governmental establishment.
May be repeated:  an unlimited number of times, consult your department for details and possible restrictions.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring, Summer.

GEOG 396H -- Honors Proseminar  (3 units)
Description:  The development and exchange of scholarly information, usually in a small group setting. The scope of work shall consist of research by course registrants, with the exchange of the results of such research through discussion, reports, and/or papers.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 399 -- Independent Study  (1-3 units)
Description:  Qualified students working on an individual basis with professors who have agreed to supervise such work.
May be repeated:  an unlimited number of times, consult your department for details and possible restrictions.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring, Summer.

GEOG 399H -- Honors Independent Study  (1-3 units)
Description:  Qualified students working on an individual basis with professors who have agreed to supervise such work.
May be repeated:  an unlimited number of times, consult your department for details and possible restrictions.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

GEOG 401A -- Introduction to Planning  (3 units)
Description:  First of a two-course sequence introducing students to the planning profession, graduate planning program, and fundamentals of transportation planning, international planning, urban design, and housing and community development.
Identical to:  PLN 401A; PLN is home department.
May be convened with:  GEOG 501A.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 401B -- Introduction to Planning  (3 units)
Description:  The second of a two-course sequence, this course is designed for first year graduate students, although well suited for advanced undergraduate students who are seeking careers in urban/regional planning, architecture, landscape architecture, real estate development, and related fields. The primary objective of the course is to introduce students to the planning profession. Some of the topics covered include: history of planning, land use planning, growth management, and the ethics of planning.
Identical to:  PLN 401B; PLN is home department.
May be convened with:  GEOG 501B.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 403 -- Applications of Geographic Information Systems  (3 units)
Description:  General survey of principles of geographic information systems (GIS); applications of GIS to issues such as land assessment and evaluation of wildlife habitat; problem-solving with GIS.
Prerequisite(s):  one of MIS 111, ABE 120, RNR 271 or equivalent.
Identical to:  RNR 403; RNR is home department.
May be convened with:  GEOG 503.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 407 -- The American Landscape  (3 units)
Description:  Origin and character of the visual aspects of places viewed individually and regionally; changes in habitat, vernacular structures and landscapes, townscapes, countrysides and special features.
May be convened with:  GEOG 507.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 408 -- Arizona and the Southwest  (3 units)
Description:  The changing character of the land and human occupancy of it, with emphasis on Arizona; historically and problem oriented.  This is a Writing Emphasis Course.
Course includes 1 or more field trips.
Prerequisite(s):  satisfaction of the upper-division writing proficiency requirement.
May be convened with:  GEOG 508.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 409 -- Russia and the Former Soviet Union  (3 units)
Description:  Political, population and economic elements of contemporary Russia and the former Soviet Union. Emphasis on human settlement, economy, and resource development.  This is a Writing Emphasis Course.
Prerequisite(s):  satisfaction of the upper-division writing proficiency requirement.
Identical to:  R SS 409.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 411 -- Middle America  (3 units)
Description:  Land, people, and culture in the major natural and cultural regions of Mexico, Central America, and West Indies.  This is a Writing Emphasis Course.
Prerequisite(s):  satisfaction of the upper-division writing proficiency requirement.
Identical to:  LA S 411.
May be convened with:  GEOG 511.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 412 -- South America  (3 units)
Description:  Physical and cultural bases of South America's geographic patterns, with emphasis on human settlement and problems of resource development.  This is a Writing Emphasis Course.
Prerequisite(s):  satisfaction of the upper-division writing proficiency requirement.
Identical to:  LA S 412.
May be convened with:  GEOG 512.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 413 -- Africa  (3 units)
Description:  Physical and human bases of regional contrasts, with emphasis on tropical environmental systems and changing patterns of resource utilization and development.  This is a Writing Emphasis Course.
Prerequisite(s):  satisfaction of the upper-division writing proficiency requirement.
Approved as:  General Education Gender, Race, Class, Ethnicity, or Non-Western Area Studies.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 415 -- Introduction to Water Resources Policy  (3 units)
Description:  Water resources policy including the identification of regional problems of water use, the elements of water planning, water rights, and a consideration of institutional structures and processes.   This is a Writing Emphasis Course.
Prerequisite(s):  satisfaction of the upper-division writing proficiency requirement.
Identical to:  HWR 415; HWR is home department.
May be convened with:  GEOG 515.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 416A -- Computer Cartography  (3 units)
Description:  Introduces the principles of map design, production and analysis.
Identical to:  RNR 416A.
May be convened with:  GEOG 516A.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 416B -- Geographic Information Systems for Geography and Regional Development  (3 units)
Description:  Introduction to GIS and related technologies for Geography and Regional Development. Fundamentals of GIS data structures, spatial sampling strategies, GIS design and implementation, software options, GIS analysis functions, spatial statistics, GIS ethics, and social science applications.
Identical to:  PLN 416, RNR 416.
May be convened with:  GEOG 516B.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 417 -- Geographic Information Systems for Natural Resources  (3 units)
Description:  Introduction to the application of GIS and related technologies to natural resource management. Conceptual issues in GIS database design and development, analysis, and display.
Typical structure:  2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory.
Identical to:  RNR 417; RNR is home department.
May be convened with:  GEOG 517.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 419 -- Cartographic Modeling for Natural Resources  (3 units)
Description:  Computer techniques for analyzing, modeling, and displaying geographic information. Development of spatially oriented problem design and the use of logic are applied to the use of GIS programs. Emphasis on applications in land resources management and planning.
Prerequisite(s):  RNR 417 or RNR 517.
Identical to:  RNR 419; RNR is home department.
May be convened with:  GEOG 519.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 420 -- Advanced Geographic Information Systems  (3 units)
Description:  Examines various areas of advanced GIS applications such as dynamic segmentation, surface modeling, spatial statistics, and network modeling. The use of high performance workstations will be emphasized.
Prerequisite(s):  RNR 419.
Typical structure:  2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory.
Identical to:  RNR 420; RNR is home department.
May be convened with:  GEOG 520.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 421 -- Physical Climatology  (3 units)
Description:  The global and surface energy balance; the hydrologic cycle; the influence on climate of the atmospheric and oceanic circulation; climate history, sensitivity, modeling, and natural and anthropogenic change.
Prerequisite(s):  MATH 129, ATMO 171.
Identical to:  ATMO 421; ATMO is home department.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 422 -- Resource Mapping  (3 units)
Description:  Use of computer technologies to map and inventory natural environments; integration of global positioning systems, remote sensing, and geographic information systems.
Typical structure:  2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory.
Identical to:  RNR 422; RNR is home department.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 430 -- The Climate System  (3 units)
Description:  Systematic examination of processes and circulations comprising Earth's climate. Emphasis on circulations influencing geographic processes using examples of atmospheric environmental issues.
May be convened with:  GEOG 530.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 431 -- Global and Regional Climatology  (3 units)
Description:  Description and analysis of the atmospheric circulation process that produces differences in climates throughout the world. Emphasis on the earth's problem climates and climatically sensitive zones most susceptible to floods, droughts, and other environmental stresses due to global change.
Prerequisite(s):  ATMO 171 or GEOG 171.
May be convened with:  GEOG 531.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 438 -- Biogeography  (3 units)
Description:  The role of historical events and ecological processes in determining the past and present geographic distribution of plants and animals.
Prerequisite(s):  ECOL 182.
Identical to:  ECOL 438; ECOL is home department.
May be convened with:  GEOG 538.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 446 -- Health and the Global Economy  (3 units)
Description:  The interconnection of the global economy, local social structures, political economies, and health. Examines theoretical approaches and case studies as well as strategies for ameliorating ill health.
Identical to:  W S 446.
May be convened with:  GEOG 546.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 450 -- Geomorphology  (4 units)
Description:  Processes, form, and dynamics of the fluvial system from source to mouth. Introduction to aeolian, glacial, and planetary geomorphology.
Course includes 1 or more field trips.
Prerequisite(s):  GEOS 251.
Identical to:  GEOS 450; GEOS is home department.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 453 -- Locational Analysis  (3 units)
Description:  Industrial location theory and location factors, consumer travel behavior and market areas, geography of economic impacts, location of public facilities.  This is a Writing Emphasis Course.
Prerequisite(s):  satisfaction of the upper-division writing proficiency requirement.
Identical to:  PLN 453.
May be convened with:  GEOG 553.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 454 -- Regional Analysis  (3 units)
Description:  Regionalization and geographic scale; spatial variation and well-being and development; multiplier analysis; demographic-economic models; theories of regional growth; regional policy.
May be convened with:  GEOG 554.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 456 -- The American City  (3 units)
Description:  An integrated approach to the built environment with special emphasis on the historical, social, and political aspects of American urban development.  This is a Writing Emphasis Course.
Prerequisite(s):  satisfaction of the upper-division writing proficiency requirement.
Identical to:  PLN 456.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 457 -- Statistical Techniques in Geography, Regional Development and Planning  (3 units)
Description:  Methods of gathering and analyzing data for the solution of geographical, urban, and regional planning problems, with emphasis on quantitative and statistical techniques used in spatial analysis and cartography, on the one hand, and program planning, on the other.
Prerequisite(s):  MATH 110 or equivalent.
Identical to:  PLN 457.
May be convened with:  GEOG 557.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 459 -- Land Use and Growth Controls  (3 units)
Description:  Lecture/seminar class designed for graduate planning students. Looks at basic and advanced land use, the tools utilized for land use planning, and the methodology of land use planning. Current planning and legal issues dealing with regulation of growth, the sequence of growth, and the limiting of growth are analyzed. Issues of equity in controlling land use are also explored.
Identical to:  PLN 459; PLN is home department.
May be convened with:  GEOG 559.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 460 -- The State of Sonora  (3 units)
Description:  The geographical, historical, political and cultural dimensions of the Mexican state of Sonora, with a special emphasis on rural Sonora, its geography, people and economy, and on the regional relations within the state.
Course includes 1 or more field trips.
Identical to:  LA S 460; LA S is home department.
May be convened with:  GEOG 560.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 461 -- Environmental and Resource Geography  (3 units)
Description:  Examines physical resources (e.g. distribution, quantities, and availability) and the human factors which may contribute to their completion and deterioration as well as protection and maintenance.  This is a Writing Emphasis Course.
Prerequisite(s):  satisfaction of the upper-division writing proficiency requirement.
Identical to:  PLN 461, LA S 461, HWR 461.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 464 -- Arid and Semiarid Lands  (3 units)
Description:  Past, present and future of settlement and resource utilization in the world's arid lands; spatial interrelationships of environmental, demographic, socioeconomic and political systems.  This is a Writing Emphasis Course.
Prerequisite(s):  satisfaction of the upper-division writing proficiency requirement.
May be convened with:  GEOG 564.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 465 -- Physical Aspects of Arid Lands  (3 units)
Description:  The climate, landforms, hydrology, soils and vegetation of deserts, with special emphasis on processes and distribution at micro-to-macro scales.  This is a Writing Emphasis Course.
Prerequisite(s):  satisfaction of the upper-division writing proficiency requirement.
May be convened with:  GEOG 565.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 466 -- The Middle Eastern City and Islamic Urbanism  (3 units)
Description:  Examines the physical and socioeconomic characteristics of the city in the Middle East and North Africa; the Islamic city model, the traditional and contemporary bazaar and medina, urban evolution and transformation.
Prerequisite(s):  NES 277A, NES 277B or consent of instructor.
Identical to:  NES 466; NES is home department.
May be convened with:  GEOG 566.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 471 -- Problems in Regional Development  (3 units)
Description:  Topical issues in regional development, with emphasis on policy in diverse contexts and case study analysis.  This is a Writing Emphasis Course.
Prerequisite(s):  satisfaction of the upper-division writing proficiency requirement.
Identical to:  AREC 471, PLN 471.
May be convened with:  GEOG 571.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

GEOG 472 -- Exploring Radical Geography  (3 units)
Description:  Introduction to origins and continuing development of radical geography and its concerns with capitalism, nature, culture, class, gender, race, and ethnicity.
May be convened with:  GEOG 572.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 476 -- The Land Development Process  (3 units)
Description:  A case-oriented approach to site selection, rezoning, financing, architectural design, economic feasibility, and other facets of the land development process.
Course includes 1 or more field trips.
Prerequisite(s):  consult department before repeating this course.
May be repeated:  for credit 1 time (maximum 2 enrollments).
Identical to:  PLN 476; PLN is home department.
May be convened with:  GEOG 576.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring, Summer.

GEOG 478 -- Global Change  (3 units)
Description:  Analysis of the entire Earth system through an examination of how its component parts and their interactions have changed in the past and may be expected to change in the future.
Prerequisite(s):  upper-division standing, introductory course work in biological and physical sciences.
Identical to:  GEOS 478; GEOS is home department.
May be convened with:  GEOG 578.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 483 -- Geographic Applications of Remote Sensing  (3 units)
Description:  Use of aircraft and satellite imagery for monitoring landforms, soils, vegetation and land use, with the focus on problems of land-use planning, resource management and related topics.
Course includes 1 or more field trips.
Prerequisite(s):  2 units of remote sensing or equivalent.
Identical to:  PLN 483, SWES 483, RNR 483.
May be convened with:  GEOG 583.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 488 -- Governing Science and Technology  (3 units)
Description:  Historical, cross-cultural, and geographical assessment of strategies societies have deployed to govern science and technology; effects of particular strategies in terms of impacts (both positive and negative) of science and technology on people, their lives, and the environment.  This is a Writing Emphasis Course.
Prerequisite(s):  satisfaction of the upper-division writing proficiency requirement.
Identical to:  ANTH 488, POL 488.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 491 -- Preceptorship  (1-3 units)
Description:  Specialized work on an individual basis, consisting of instruction and practice in actual service in a department, program, or discipline. Teaching formats may include seminars, in-depth studies, laboratory work and patient study.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring, Summer.

GEOG 492A -- Directed Research in Geography and Regional Development  (3 units)
Description:  Individual or small group research under the guidance of faculty.
May be repeated:  for a total of 12 units of credit.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 497A -- Geography for Teachers  (3 units)
Description:  The practical application of theoretical learning within a group setting and involving an exchange of ideas and practical methods, skills, and principles.
May be convened with:  GEOG 597A.
Usually offered:  Summer.

GEOG 497B -- Projects in Regional Development  (3 units)
Description:  The practical application of theoretical learning within a group setting and involving an exchange of ideas and practical methods, skills, and principles.
Prerequisite(s):  6 units of geographic techniques. Open to majors only.
May be repeated:  for credit 1 time (maximum 2 enrollments).
May be convened with:  GEOG 597B.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 498 -- Senior Capstone  (1-3 units)
Description:  A culminating experience for majors involving a substantive project that demonstrates a synthesis of learning accumulated in the major, including broadly comprehensive knowledge of the discipline and its methodologies. Senior standing required.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

GEOG 498H -- Honors Thesis  (3 units)
Description:  An honors thesis is required of all the students graduating with honors. Students ordinarily sign up for this course as a two-semester sequence. The first semester the student performs research under the supervision of a faculty member; the second semester the student writes an honors thesis.
May be repeated:  for credit 2 times (maximum 3 enrollments).
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

GEOG 499 -- Independent Study  (1-5 units)
Description:  Qualified students working on an individual basis with professors who have agreed to supervise such work.
May be repeated:  an unlimited number of times, consult your department for details and possible restrictions.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring, Summer.

GEOG 499H -- Honors Independent Study  (3 units)
Description:  Qualified students working on an individual basis with professors who have agreed to supervise such work.
May be repeated:  an unlimited number of times, consult your department for details and possible restrictions.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

GEOG 500 -- Research Design  (3 units)
Description:  Focus on conceptualizing research projects and on writing and presenting a research proposal.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 501A -- Introduction to Planning  (3 units)
Description:  First of a two-course sequence introducing students to the planning profession, graduate planning program, and fundamentals of transportation planning, international planning, urban design, and housing and community development. Graduate-level requirements include one additional project and lead in-class exercises.
Identical to:  PLN 501A; PLN is home department.
May be convened with:  GEOG 401A.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 501B -- Introduction to Planning  (3 units)
Description:  The second of a two-course sequence, this course is designed for first year graduate students, although well suited for advanced undergraduate students who are seeking careers in urban/regional planning, architecture, landscape architecture, real estate development, and related fields. The primary objective of the course is to introduce students to the planning profession. Some of the topics covered include: history of planning, land use planning, growth management, and the ethics of planning. Graduate-level requirements include writing an additional paper.
Identical to:  PLN 501B; PLN is home department.
May be convened with:  GEOG 401B.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 503 -- Applications of Geographic Information Systems  (3 units)
Description:  General survey of principles of geographic information systems (GIS); applications of GIS to issues such as land assessment and evaluation of wildlife habitat; problem-solving with GIS. Graduate-level requirements include completion of a project on the use of GIS in their discipline or an original GIS analysis (100 points) in coordination with the instructor.
Identical to:  RNR 503; RNR is home department.
May be convened with:  GEOG 403.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 507 -- The American Landscape  (3 units)
Description:  Origin and character of the visual aspects of places viewed individually and regionally; changes in habitat, vernacular structures and landscapes, townscapes, countrysides and special features. Graduate-level requirements include the completion of an essay and annotated bibliography on the work of a specific scholar, place, or region.
Identical to:  LAR 507.
May be convened with:  GEOG 407.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 508 -- Arizona and the Southwest  (3 units)
Description:  The changing character of the land and human occupancy of it, with emphasis on Arizona; historically and problem oriented. Graduate-level requirements include the completion of an original research paper on an approved topic.
May be convened with:  GEOG 408.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 509 -- Russia and the Former Soviet Union  (3 units)
Description:  Political, population and economic elements of contemporary Russia and the former Soviet Union. Emphasis on human settlement, economy, and resource development. Graduate-level requirements include two research projects.
May be convened with:  GEOG 409.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 511 -- Middle America  (3 units)
Description:  Land, people, and culture in the major natural and cultural regions of Mexico, Central America, and West Indies. Graduate-level requirements include three tutorial sessions and a research-review paper.
Identical to:  LA S 511.
May be convened with:  GEOG 411.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 512 -- South America  (3 units)
Description:  Physical and cultural bases of South America's geographic patterns, with emphasis on human settlement and problems of resource development. Graduate-level requirements include three tutorial sessions and a research-review paper.
Identical to:  LA S 512.
May be convened with:  GEOG 412.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 514 -- Analytic Methods in Planning and Strategic Management  (3 units)
Description:  Methods and models for program planning and policy analysis; forecasting, service demand, facility location in capital investment programming, task sequencing, program analysis and evaluation.
Prerequisite(s):  GEOG 557 or consent of instructor.
Identical to:  PA 514; PA is home department.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 515 -- Introduction to Water Resources Policy  (3 units)
Description:  Water resources policy including the identification of regional problems of water use, the elements of water planning, water rights, and a consideration of institutional structures and processes. Graduate-level requirements include an in-depth term paper.
Identical to:  HWR 515; HWR is home department.
May be convened with:  GEOG 415.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 516A -- Computer Cartography  (3 units)
Description:  Introduces the principles of map design, production and analysis. Graduate-level requirements include an instructor approved 5-8 page paper on a related topic and analytical cartography demonstrating scholarly analysis in contemporary analytical cartography.
Identical to:  RNR 516A.
May be convened with:  GEOG 416A.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 516B -- Geographic Information Systems for Geography and Regional Development  (3 units)
Description:  Introduction to GIS and related technologies for Geography and Regional Development. Fundamentals of GIS data structures, spatial sampling strategies, GIS design and implementation, software options, GIS analysis functions, spatial statistics, GIS ethics, and social science applications. Graduate-level requirements include the completion of a project report.
Identical to:  PLN 516, RNR 516.
May be convened with:  GEOG 416B.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 517 -- Geographic Information Systems for Natural Resources  (3 units)
Description:  Introduction to the application of GIS and related technologies to natural resource management. Conceptual issues in GIS database design and development, analysis, and display. Graduate-level requirements include a thorough bibliographic review and a scholarly paper on a current application of geographic information systems in the student's major field.
Identical to:  RNR 517; RNR is home department.
May be convened with:  GEOG 417.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 519 -- Cartographic Modeling for Natural Resources  (3 units)
Description:  Computer techniques for analyzing, modeling, and displaying geographic information. Development of spatially oriented problem design and the use of logic are applied to the use of GIS programs. Emphasis on applications in land resources management and planning. Graduate-level requirements include a research paper.
Identical to:  RNR 519; RNR is home department.
May be convened with:  GEOG 419.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 520 -- Advanced Geographic Information Systems  (3 units)
Description:  Examines various areas of advanced GIS applications such as dynamic segmentation, surface modeling, spatial statistics, and network modeling. The use of high performance workstations will be emphasized. Graduate-level requirements include a more extensive project and report.
Identical to:  RNR 520; RNR is home department.
May be convened with:  GEOG 420.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 521 -- Integrated Geographic Information Systems  (3 units)
Description:  Integration of airborne and spaceborne remote sensor image data with non-image geographic information system (GIS) data.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 522 -- Resource Mapping  (3 units)
Description:  Use of computer technologies to map and inventory natural environments; integration of global positioning systems, remote sensing, and geographic information systems.
Identical to:  RNR 522; RNR is home department.
May be convened with:  GEOG 422.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 523 -- Ecological Plant Geography  (3 units)
Description:  A systematic examination of ecological determinants and processes influencing the spatial pattern of plant assemblages and ecosystems; an overview of community and biome distributions. Two year cycle.
Identical to:  RNR 523.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 530 -- The Climate System  (3 units)
Description:  Systematic examination of processes and circulations comprising Earth's climate. Emphasis on circulations influencing geographic processes using examples of atmospheric environmental issues. Graduate-level requirements include the completion of a term paper.
Identical to:  ARL 530, GC 530.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 531 -- Global and Regional Climatology  (3 units)
Description:  Description and analysis of the atmospheric circulation process that produces differences in climates throughout the world. Emphasis on the earth's problem climates and climatically sensitive zones most susceptible to floods, droughts, and other environmental stresses due to global change. Graduate requirements include an additional term paper.
May be convened with:  GEOG 431.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 538 -- Biogeography  (3 units)
Description:  The role of historical events and ecological processes in determining the past and present geographic distribution of plants and animals. Graduate-level requirements include a research paper.
Identical to:  ECOL 538; ECOL is home department.
May be convened with:  GEOG 438.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 546 -- Health and the Global Economy  (3 units)
Description:  The interconnection of the global economy, local social structures, political economies, and health. Examines theoretical approaches and case studies as well as strategies for ameliorating ill health. Graduate-level requirements include a more substantive research paper.
Identical to:  W S 546.
May be convened with:  GEOG 446.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 550 -- Metropolitan and Regional Planning  (3 units)
Description:  Survey and evaluation of concepts and examples, including metropolitan, economic development, state and national, and environmental plans in the U.S. and abroad.
Identical to:  PLN 550; PLN is home department.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 553 -- Locational Analysis  (3 units)
Description:  Industrial location theory and location factors, consumer travel behavior and market areas, geography of economic impacts, location of public facilities. Graduate-level requirements include the completion of an original research paper on an approved topic.
Identical to:  PLN 553.
May be convened with:  GEOG 453.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 554 -- Regional Analysis  (3 units)
Description:  Regionalization and geographic scale; spatial variation and well-being and development; multiplier analysis; demographic-economic models; theories of regional growth; regional policy. Graduate-level requirements include a term paper.
May be convened with:  GEOG 454.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 557 -- Statistical Techniques in Geography, Regional Development and Planning  (3 units)
Description:  Methods of gathering and analyzing data for the solution of geographical, urban, and regional planning problems, with emphasis on quantitative and statistical techniques used in spatial analysis and cartography, on the one hand, and program planning, on the other. Graduate-level requirements include the completion of several data-intensive research projects.
Identical to:  PLN 557.
May be convened with:  GEOG 457.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 559 -- Land Use and Growth Controls  (3 units)
Description:  Lecture/seminar class designed for graduate planning students. Looks at basic and advanced land use, the tools utilized for land use planning, and the methodology of land use planning. Current planning and legal issues dealing with regulation of growth, the sequence of growth, and the limiting of growth are analyzed. Issues of equity in controlling land use are also explored. Graduate-level requirements include the completion of a series of research projects.
Identical to:  PLN 559; PLN is home department.
May be convened with:  GEOG 459.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 560 -- The State of Sonora  (3 units)
Description:  The geographical, historical, political and cultural dimensions of the Mexican state of Sonora, with a special emphasis on rural Sonora, its geography, people and economy, and on the regional relations within the state. Graduate-level requirements include meeting separately with instructor, discussing additional readings and writing a longer research paper.
Identical to:  LA S 560; LA S is home department.
May be convened with:  GEOG 460.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 561 -- Resource Management  (3 units)
Description:  Examination and critical appraisal of social and behavioral science aspects of resource management, with special emphasis on factors affecting decision making.
Identical to:  PLN 561.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 563 -- Perception of Environment  (3 units)
Description:  Examination of interdisciplinary research on environmental perception; consideration of social and behavioral variables at all scales of environmental perception and planning.
Identical to:  PLN 563.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

GEOG 564 -- The Arid and Semi-arid Lands  (3 units)
Description:  Past, present and future of settlement and resource utilization in the world's arid lands; spatial interrelationships of environmental, demographic, socioeconomic and political systems. Graduate-level requirements include the completion of an original research paper on an approved topic.
Identical to:  ARL 564.
May be convened with:  GEOG 464.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 565 -- Physical Aspects of Arid Lands  (3 units)
Description:  The climate, landforms, hydrology, soils and vegetation of deserts, with special emphasis on processes and distribution at micro-to-macro scales. Graduate-level requirements include the completion of an oral presentation of an original research paper on an approved topic.
Identical to:  ARL 565.
May be convened with:  GEOG 465.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 566 -- The Middle Eastern City and Islamic Urbanism  (3 units)
Description:  Examines the physical and socioeconomic characteristics of the city in the Middle East and North Africa; the Islamic city model, the traditional and contemporary bazaar and medina, urban evolution and transformation. Graduate-level requirements include additional readings and completion of an original research paper on an approved topic.
Identical to:  NES 566; NES is home department.
May be convened with:  GEOG 466.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 567 -- Geographical Analysis of Population  (3 units)
Description:  Population distribution and change; practical methods of demographic analysis, migration, business and planning applications.
Identical to:  PLN 567.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 571 -- Problems in Regional Development  (3 units)
Description:  Topical issues in regional development, with emphasis on policy in diverse contexts and case study analysis. Graduate-level requirements include the completion of an original research paper on an approved topic.
Identical to:  AREC 571, PLN 571.
May be convened with:  GEOG 471.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

GEOG 572 -- Exploring Radical Geography  (3 units)
Description:  Introduction to origins and continuing development of radical geography and its concerns with capitalism, nature, culture, class, gender, race, and ethnicity. Graduate-level requirements include a 20 to 25 page research paper with annotated bibliography.
May be convened with:  GEOG 472.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 574 -- Introduction to Geostatistics  (3 units)
Description:  Exploratory spatial data analysis, random function models for spatial data, estimation and modeling of variograms and covariances, ordinary and universal kriging estimators and equations, regularization of variograms, estimation of spatial averages, non-linear estimators, includes use of geostatistical software. Application of hydrology, soil science, ecology, geography and related fields.
Prerequisite(s):  linear algebra, basic course in probability and statistics, familiarity with DOS/Windows, UNIX.
Identical to:  MATH 574; MATH is home department.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 576 -- The Land Development Process  (3 units)
Description:  A case-oriented approach to site selection, rezoning, financing, architectural design, economic feasibility, and other facets of the land development process. Graduate-level requirements include the completion of a series of research projects.
May be repeated:  for credit 1 time (maximum 2 enrollments).
Identical to:  PLN 576; PLN is home department.
May be convened with:  GEOG 476.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring, Summer.

GEOG 578 -- Global Change  (3 units)
Description:  Analysis of the entire Earth system through an examination of how its component parts and their interactions have changed in the past and may be expected to change in the future. Graduate-level requirements include an in-depth research paper on a topic selected by the student and instructor.
Identical to:  GEOS 578; GEOS is home department.
May be convened with:  GEOG 478.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 583 -- Geographic Applications of Remote Sensing  (3 units)
Description:  Use of aircraft and satellite imagery for monitoring landforms, soils, vegetation and land use, with the focus on problems of land-use planning, resource management and related topics. Graduate-level requirements include the completion of a project report.
Identical to:  SWES 583, RNR 583, PLN 583.
May be convened with:  GEOG 483.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 593 -- Internship  (1-5 units)
Description:  Specialized work on an individual basis, consisting of training and practice in actual service in a technical, business, or governmental establishment.
May be repeated:  an unlimited number of times, consult your department for details and possible restrictions.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring, Summer.

GEOG 596K -- Risk and Society  (3 units)
Description:  The development and exchange of scholarly information, usually in a small group setting. The scope of work shall consist of research by course registrants, with the exchange of the results of such research through discussion, reports, and/or papers.
Identical to:  ANTH 596K, HWR 596K.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 596U -- Interdisciplinary Environment-Behavior-Design  (3 units)
Description:  The development and exchange of scholarly information, usually in a small group setting. The scope of work shall consist of research by course registrants, with the exchange of the results of such research through discussion, reports, and/or papers.
Prerequisite(s):  consult college before enrolling.
May be repeated:  for a total of 6 units of credit.
Identical to:  PSYC 596U; PSYC is home department.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 597A -- Geography for Teachers  (3 units)
Description:  The practical application of theoretical learning within a group setting and involving an exchange of ideas and practical methods, skills, and principles.
May be convened with:  GEOG 497A.
Usually offered:  Summer.

GEOG 597B -- Projects in Regional Development  (3 units)
Description:  The practical application of theoretical learning within a group setting and involving an exchange of ideas and practical methods, skills, and principles.
May be repeated:  for credit 1 time (maximum 2 enrollments).
May be convened with:  GEOG 497B.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 597T -- Housing and Households  (3 units)
Description:  First of two-course sequence focusing on U.S. housing and community development. Topics covered include housing market projections, housing submarket analysis, housing finance and mortgage lending, household analysis, residential choice and residential mobility. Appropriate for students specializing in urban planning, architecture, urban geography and urban sociology.
Prerequisite(s):  graduate status.
Identical to:  PLN 597T; PLN is home department.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 599 -- Independent Study  (1-5 units)
Description:  Qualified students working on an individual basis with professors who have agreed to supervise such work. Graduate students doing independent work which cannot be classified as actual research will register for credit under course number 599, 699, or 799.
May be repeated:  an unlimited number of times, consult your department for details and possible restrictions.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring, Summer.

GEOG 605 -- Planning Theories and Perspectives  (3 units)
Description:  A critical examination of normative and methodological assumptions of alternative planning models, with emphasis on developing a perspective on contemporary issues.
Identical to:  PLN 605; PLN is home department.
Usually offered:  Fall.

GEOG 611 -- Projects in Regional Planning  (4 units)
Description:  Lectures, laboratory, and field projects covering various aspects of professional practice.
Prerequisite(s):  PLN 605; 24 units toward a graduate degree in planning.
May be repeated:  for credit 4 times (maximum 5 enrollments).
Identical to:  PLN 611; PLN is home department.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 657 -- Spatial Analysis  (3 units)
Description:  Formal analysis and modeling of spatial structures and processes; conceptual evaluation of point patterns, networks, surfaces and interaction.
Prerequisite(s):  GEOG 557.
Identical to:  PLN 657.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 658 -- Critical Methodological Practice  (3 units)
Description:  A critical theory approach to method (primarily qualitative) in human geography and related social sciences; theoretical derivation of research questions; retheorization through research findings.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 689 -- History of Geographic Thought  (3 units)
Description:  History of geographic philosophy and methodology.
Prerequisite(s):  15 units of geography.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 695A -- Current Topics in Geography  (1 unit)
Description:  The exchange of scholarly information and/or secondary research, usually in a small group setting. Instruction often includes lectures by several different persons. Research projects may or may not be required of course registrants.
May be repeated:  for credit 6 times (maximum 7 enrollments).
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

GEOG 696A -- Economic Geography  (3 units)
Description:  The development and exchange of scholarly information, usually in a small group setting. The scope of work shall consist of research by course registrants, with the exchange of the results of such research through discussion, reports, and/or papers.
May be repeated:  for credit 2 times (maximum 3 enrollments).
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

GEOG 696B -- Cultural Geography  (3 units)
Description:  The development and exchange of scholarly information, usually in a small group setting. The scope of work shall consist of research by course registrants, with the exchange of the results of such research through discussion, reports, and/or papers.
May be repeated:  for credit 2 times (maximum 3 enrollments).
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

GEOG 696C -- Physical Geography  (3 units)
Description:  The development and exchange of scholarly information, usually in a small group setting. The scope of work shall consist of research by course registrants, with the exchange of the results of such research through discussion, reports, and/or papers.
May be repeated:  for credit 2 times (maximum 3 enrollments).
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

GEOG 696E -- Area Study  (3 units)
Description:  The development and exchange of scholarly information, usually in a small group setting. The scope of work shall consist of research by course registrants, with the exchange of the results of such research through discussion, reports, and/or papers.
May be repeated:  for credit 3 times (maximum 4 enrollments).
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

GEOG 696F -- Advanced Methods and Techniques  (3 units)
Description:  The development and exchange of scholarly information, usually in a small group setting. The scope of work shall consist of research by course registrants, with the exchange of the results of such research through discussion, reports, and/or papers.
May be repeated:  for credit 2 times (maximum 3 enrollments).
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

GEOG 696G -- Urban Geography  (3 units)
Description:  The development and exchange of scholarly information, usually in a small group setting. The scope of work shall consist of research by course registrants, with the exchange of the results of such research through discussion, reports, and/or papers.
May be repeated:  for credit 9 times (maximum 10 enrollments).
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

GEOG 699 -- Independent Study  (1-5 units)
Description:  Qualified students working on an individual basis with professors who have agreed to supervise such work. Graduate students doing independent work which cannot be classified as actual research will register for credit under course number 599, 699, or 799.
May be repeated:  an unlimited number of times, consult your department for details and possible restrictions.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring.

GEOG 900 -- Research  (2-4 units)
Description:  Individual research, not related to thesis or dissertation preparation, by graduate students.
May be repeated:  an unlimited number of times, consult your department for details and possible restrictions.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring, Summer.

GEOG 909 -- Master's Report  (3 units)
Description:  Individual study or special project or formal report thereof submitted in lieu of thesis for certain master's degrees.
May be repeated:  an unlimited number of times, consult your department for details and possible restrictions.
Usually offered:  Spring.

GEOG 910 -- Thesis  (3-6 units)
Description:  Research for the master's thesis (whether library research, laboratory or field observation or research, artistic creation, or thesis writing). Maximum total credit permitted varies with the major department.
May be repeated:  an unlimited number of times, consult your department for details and possible restrictions.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring, Summer.

GEOG 920 -- Dissertation  (1-9 units)
Description:  Research for the doctoral dissertation (whether library research, laboratory or field observation or research, artistic creation, or dissertation writing).
May be repeated:  an unlimited number of times, consult your department for details and possible restrictions.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring, Summer.

GEOG 930 -- Supplementary Registration  (1-9 units)
Description:  For students who have completed all course requirements for their advanced degree programs. May be used concurrently with other enrollments to bring to total number of units to the required minimum.
May be repeated:  an unlimited number of times, consult your department for details and possible restrictions.
Usually offered:  Fall, Spring, Summer.

 

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