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Current Syllabuses

Winter 2018

GEOG 141: The Natural Environment

GEOG 201: World Regional Geography

GEOG 202: Geography of Europe

GEOG 281: The World and Big Data: Me and my map

GEOG 322: Geomorphology

GEOG 342: Globalization and Development

GEOG 391: Social Science Research & Inquiry

GEOG 4/510: Conflict Transformation in Northern Ireland

GEOG 4/510: Oregon Environmental Politics

GEOG 4/510: Race, Nature and Power

GEOG 4/510: Prison Narratives and Reconciliation

GEOG 419: The Professional Geographer

GEOG 4/521: Climate Change and Variability

GEOG 4/525: Hydrology and Water Resources

GEOG 442: Urban Geography

GEOG 4/561: Environmental Alterations

GEOG 4/571: North American Historical Landscapes

GEOG 4/582: GIScience II

GEOG 4/590: Citizen Science and Geosensors

GEOG 4/593: Advanced Cartography

GEOG 4/595: Geographic Data Analysis

GEOG 607: Seminar: Geographical Perspectives on Geopolitics

GEOG 607: Seminar: Quantitative Methods in Paleoecology

GEOG 612: Theory & Practice in Geography II

Fall 2017

GEOG 141: The Natural Environment

GEOG 142: Human Geography

GEOG 181: Our Digital Earth

GEOG 208: Geography of the US & Canada

GEOG 323: Biogeography

GEOG 341: Population & the Environment

GEOG 361: Global Environmental Change

GEOG 4/510: Economic Geography

GEOG 4/533: Fire & Natural Disturbances

GEOG 4/541: Political Geography

GEOG 4/548: Tourism & Development

GEOG 4/567: International Water Policy

GEOG 4/581: GIScience I

GEOG 4/585: Remote Sensing I

GEOG 4/594: Spatial Analysis

GEOG 607: Science-Policy Interface

GEOG 611: Theory & Practice in Geography I

Spring 2017

GEOG 141: The Natural Environment (3)

GEOG 142: Human Geographies

GEOG 209: Geography of the Middle East and North Africa

GEOG 321: Climatology

GEOG 341: Population & Environment

GEOG 391: Social Science Research & Inquiry

GEOG 399: Mapping with Drones

GEOG 4/527: Fluvial Geomorphology

GEOG 4/530: Long-term Environmental Change

GEOG 4/548: Tourism & Development

GEOG 45/65: Environment & Development: Facing Climate Change

GEOG 4/581: GIScience I

GEOG 4/591: Advanced GIS: Python

GEOG 4/596: Location-Aware Systems

GEOG 4/597: Qualitative Methods

GEOG 607: Distributive Spatial Reasoning

GEOG 613: Research Design

 

Winter 2017

GEOG 141: The Natural Environment (3)

GEOG 181: Our Digital Earth (2)

GEOG 201: World Regional Geography (2, IC)

GEOG 202: Geography of Europe (2)

GEOG 281: The World and Big Data

GEOG 322: Geomorphology (3)

GEOG 343: Society, Culture & Place (2, IP)

GEOG 361: Global Environmental Change (3)

GEOG 399: The Professional Geographer

GEOG 410: Conflict Transformation in Northern Ireland

GEOG 410: Imagined Communities (Inside-Out course)

GEOG 4/523: Global Change Biogeography

GEOG 4/525: Hydrology & Water Resources

GEOG 4/542: Urban Geography

ENVS 4/555: Sustainability

4/563: Geography, Law & the Environment

GEOG 4/571: North American Histroical Landscapes

GEOG 4/582: GIScience II

GEOG 4/586: Remote Sensing II

GEOG 4/593: Advanced Cartography

GEOG 4/595: Geographic Data Analaysis

GEOG 607: Seminar: Water Resources and Climate Change

 

Fall 2016

GEOG 141: The Natural Environment (3)

GEOG 142: Introduction to Human Geography (2, IC)

GEOG 181: Our Digital Earth (2)

GEOG 208: Geography of the US & Canada (2, AC)

GEOG 323: Biogeography (3)

GEOG 342: Globalization & Development (2)

GEOG 360: Watershed Science & Policy (3)

GEOG 4/510: Mountain Geography

GEOG 4/510: Oregon Environmental Politics

GEOG 441: Political Geography (IP)

GEOG 4/581: GIScience I

GEOG 4/585: Remote Sensing

GEOG 4/590: R for Earth System Science

GEOG 4/594: Spatial Analysis

GEOG 607: Social Science & Environmental Change

GEOG 611: Theory & Practice in Geography

Summer 2016

GEOG 141: The Natural Environment (3)

GEOG 142: Introduction to Human Geography (2, IC)

GEOG 181: Our Digital Earth (2)

GEOG 201: World Regional Geography (2, IC)

GEOG 208: Geography of the US & Canada (2, AC)

GEOG 323: Biogeography (3)

GEOG 343: Globalization & Development (2)

GEOG 4/510: Field Methods in Environmental Geography

GEOG 4/571: North American Historical Landscapes (AC)

GEOG 4/581: GIScience I

Spring 2016

GEOG 141: The Natural Environment (3)

GEOG 142: Introduction to Human Geography (2, IC)

GEOG 181: Our Digital Earth (2)

GEOG 208: Geography of the US & Canada (2, AC)

GEOG 214: Geography of Latin America: Drugs, Democracy & Deforestation (2, IC)

GEOG 321: Climatology (3)

GEOG 341: Population & Environment (2, IC)

ASIA 350: What is Asia (taught by Dan Buck) (IC)

GEOG 360: Watershed Science & Policy (3)

GEOG 391: Social Science Inquiry & Research (2)

GEOG 4/510: Spatial Analysis

GEOG 4/521: [Topic] 21st Century Climate Change

GEOG 4/527: Fluvial Geomorphology

GEOG 442: Urban Geography: The Wire

GEOG 4/561: Environmental Alterations

GEOG 481: GIScience I

GEOG 490: [Topics] Spatial Simulation

GEOG 4/590: [Topics] Location-Aware Systems

 

Winter 2016

GEOG 141: The Natural Environment (3)

GEOG 199: The World and Big Data

GEOG 201: World Regional Geography (2, IC)

GEOG 202: Geography of Europe (2)

GEOG 322: Geomorphology (3)

GEOG 342: Geographies of Globalization and Development (2)

GEOG 361: Global Environmental Change (3)

GEOG 399: The Professional Geographer

GEOG 4/510: Geographies of Identity

GEOG 4/510: Mountain Geography

GEOG 423: Biodiversity Crisis

GEOG 4/525: Hydrology

GEOG 4/565: Environment & Development

GEOG 4/571: North American Historical Landscapes (online)

GEOG 4/582: GIScience II

GEOG 4/585: Remote Sensing I

GEOG 4/590: Topics in GIS: Geospatial Project Design

GEOG 4/593: Advanced Cartography

GEOG 4/595: Geographic Data Analysis

GEOG 605: Readings in Biodiversity Crisis

GEOG 607: Seminar: Geographic Approaches to the Region

GEOG 607: Accessible Maps & Mapping

 

Fall 2015 Syllabuses

GEOG 141: The Natural Environment (3)

GEOG 142: Human Geography (IC, 2)

GEOG 181: Our Digital Earth (2)

GEOG 209: Geography of the Middle East & North Africa

GEOG 323: Biogeography (3)

GEOG 343: Society, Culture & Place (IP, 2)

GEOG 4/533: Fire and Natural Disturbances

GEOG 4/541: Political Geography (IP)

GEOG 4/567: International Water Policy

GEOG 4/581: GIScience I

GEOG 4/582: GIScience II

GEOG 4/590: Topics in GIS: Python Programming in GIS

GEOG 4/591: Advanced GIS

GEOG 607: Seminar: Human-Economic Geography

GEOG 607: Seminar: Physical Geography of Oregon

 

Summer 2015 Syllabuses

GEOG 141: Natural Environment (3)

GEOG 142: Human Geography (IC, 2)

GEOG 201: World Regional Geography (IC, 2)

GEOG 208: Geography of US and Canada (AC, 2)

GEOG 323: Biogeography (3)

GEOG 341: Population & Environment (IC, 2)

GEOG 343: Society, Culture & Place (IP, 2)

GEOG 410: Field Studies in Physical Geography

GEOG 471: North American Historical Landscapes

GEOG 481: Introduction to GIS

Spring 2015 Syllabuses

Courses that fulfill Gen-Ed requirements are designated as follows:

Multicultural: American Cultures: AC; Multicultural: International Cultures: IC; Multicultural: Identity, Pluralism & Tolerance: IP; Social Science Group: 2; Science Group: 3

GEOG 141: Natural Environment (3)

GEOG 142: Introduction to Human Geography (IC, 2)

GEOG 201: World Regional Geography (IC, 2)

GEOG 205: Geography of Pacific Asia (IC, 2)

GEOG 321: Climatology (3)

GEOG 342: Geography of Globalization (2)

GEOG 360: Watershed Science & Policy

GEOG 399: Professional Development in Geography

GEOG 427/527: Fluvial Geomorphology

GEOG 430/530: Long-tern Environmental Change

GEOG 445/545: Culture, Ethnicity & Nationalism

GEOG 463/ 563: Geography, Law & Environment

GEOG 465/565: Environment & Development (IC)

GEOG 466/566: Gender & Environment

GEOG 482/582: GIScience II

GEOG 486/586: Remote Sensing II

GEOG 490/590: Spatial Modeling

GEOG 491/591: Advanced GIS: Transportation & the Smart City

GEOG 607: Feminist Environmentalism & Science Studies

GEOG 607: Reading the IPCC Fifth Assessment

GEOG 613: Research Design

 

Winter 2015 Syllabuses

Courses that fulfill Gen-Ed requirements are designated as follows:

Multicultural: American Cultures: AC; Multicultural: International Cultures: IC; Multicultural: Identity, Pluralism & Tolerance: IP; Social Science Group: 2; Science Group: 3

GEOG 141- Natural Environment (3)

GEOG 142 – Introduction to Human Geography (IC, 2)

GEOG 181- Our Digital Earth (2)

GEOG 202- Geography of Europe (2)

GEOG 208- Geography of the US & Canada (AC, 2)

GEOG 322- Geomorphology (3)

GEOG 341- Geography of Globalization (2)

GEOG 343- Society, Culture & Place (IP, 2)

CRES 410- Negotiating Northern Ireland

GEOG 410/510 – North American Immigrant Gateways

GEOG 421/521 – Climatic Variability and Change

GEOG 441/541- Political Geography

GEOG 442/542 – Urban Geography

GEOG 461/ 561- Environmental Alteration

GEOG 471/571 – North American Historical Landscapes (AC)

GEOG 475/575 Africa: Development & Environment (IC)

GEOG 475/575- The Chinese Economy (IC)

GEOG 481/581 – Introduction to GIS

GEOG 482/582- GIS II

GEOG 485/585- Remote Sensing 1

GEOG 493/593- Advanced Cartography

GEOG 495/595 – Geographic Data Analysis

GEOG 607 – Water Resources & Climate

GEOG 607 – The Science-Policy Interface

GEOG 610 – Qualitative Methods in Geography

Fall 2014 Syllabuses

Geography 141 – The Natural Environment

Geography 142 – Introduction to Human Geography

Geography 214 – Geography of Latin America

Geography 410/510 – Oregon Geomorphology: Interpretation and Analysis

Geography 425/525 – Hydrology and Water Resources

Geography 444/544 – Cultural Geography

Geography 481/581 – GIScience 1: Mapping and the Geographic Information Sciences

Geography 490/590 – Special Topics: Python Programming for GIS

Geography 611 – Theory and Practice of Geography I

Summer 2014 Syllabuses

Geography 471/571 – North American Historical Landscapes

Geography 205 – Geography of Pacific Asia

Geography 322 – Geomorphology

Geography 410/510 – Field Human Geography:
Environmental, Economic and Planning Issues

Spring 2013 Syllabuses

GEOG 443/543 – Global Migration

GEOG 463/563 – Geography, Law, and Environment

GEOG 475/575 – The Chinese Economy Transition, Development, Globalization

Winter 2013 Syllabuses

GEOG 199 – Exploring the 21st Century City

GEOG 208 – Geography of the United States and Canada

GEOG 410/510 – People, Place, and Identity in Oregon

GEOG 350 – What is Asia?

GEOG 471/571 – North American Historial Landscapes

Fall 2012 Syllabuses

GEOG 141 – The Natural Environment

GEOG 142 – Introductions to Human Geography.

GEOG 181 – Our Digital Earth.

GEOG 214 – Geography of Latin America.

GEOG 323 – Biogeography Updated.

ASIA 410/510 – Food in Asia.

GEOG 410/510 – Special Topics in GIS: GIS Programming and web mapping.

GEOG 430/530 – Long-term Environmental Change

GEOG 461/561 – Environment Alteration.

GEOG 467/567 – International Water Policy .

GEOG 481/581 – Geographic Information Science I DRAFT SYLLABUS.(currently listed as 410/510).

GEOG 482/582 – Geographic Information Science II.(currently listed as 410/510).

GEOG 607 – Seminar: Geopolitics

GEOG 620 – Theory and Practice of Geography

Spring 2012 Syllabuses

GEOG 323 – Biogeography

GEOG 202 – Geography of Europe

GEOG 607 – Physical Geography of Oregon

GEOG 466/566 – Gender and Environment

Winter 2012 Syllabuses

GEOG 141 – The Natural Environment

GEOG 142 – Introduction to Human Geography

GEOG 208 – Geography of the United States and Canada

GEOG 322 – Geomorphology

ASIA 350 – What is Asia?

GEOG 399 – Workshop: Graduate School/Jobs in Geography

GEOG 410/510 – New North American immigrant gateways: Diversity, people, and place in the ‘burbs

GEOG 425/525 – Hydrology and Water Resources

GEOG 471/571 – North American Historical Landscapes

GEOG 472/572 – Advanced Geographic Information Systems

GEOG 607 – Graduate Seminar in Landscape Dynamics

GEOG 607 – The Urban Question: Society, Space, Nature

GEOG 610 – Interdisciplinary Environmental Science Research