Department of Geography and Anthropology

Resources / Course Forecast

Listed below is the projected availability of courses within the Department of Geography and Anthropology over the next four years. Please note that the course forecast is tentative and thus may have to be altered depending on availability of faculty, classrooms, and student demand.

LEGEND: Use the guide below to understand the course forecast chart:
N = Course Not Offered
Y = Course Offered
Y-D = Course Offered. Day
Y-E = Course Offered. Evening
Y-W = Course Offered. Weekend
*Place cursor on any block to see availability.

Anthropology (ANTH)
NumCourse TitleSprSumFallSprSumFallSprSumFall
1102Introduction to AnthropologyYYYYYY
2105Social Issues: Perspectives in AnthropologyYYYYYY
2220The Anthropology of DeathYY
2777Anthropology of Tourism Y
3300Anthropological TheoryYY
3301Human OriginsYYYY
3303Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology
3305Principles of ArcheologyYYYY
3307Cultural AnthropologyYYYYYY
3310Cultural Diversity in the U.S.
3315Indigenous Peoples of the Southeast United StatesYY
3320Lab in Physical AnthropologyY
3321Indigenous Peoples of North AmericaYY
3335Archeology Field TechniquesYY
3340Religion, Magic, and CultureY
3345Food and Culture
3350Cultures and Societies of the World
3355Capitalisms and Cultures in Asia
3360Anthropology and AfricaY
3365Afro-Brazilian Culture and PoliticsYYY
3375Engaged Archaeology
3380Maya ArcheologyY
3390Lab in ArcheologyYY
3397Anthropology Practicum
3398Internship in AnthropologyYYYYYY
3521Ethnography of Media: Global Perspectives
3777Global Ethnographies of Labor
3999Anthropology of GenderY
4100Directed Applied Research
4400Directed Study in Anthropology
4405Human VariationY
4420Lab in Forensic Anthropology
4421North American Archeology
4422Archaeology of AsiaY
4425Historical ArcheologyY
4430Environmental Anthropology Field MethodsYY
4450Research Methods in AnthropologyYYYY
4490Special Topics in AnthropologyYYY

Environmental Science (ENVS)
NumCourse TitleSprSumFallSprSumFallSprSumFall
3730Natural Resource Management

Geography (GEOG)
NumCourse TitleSprSumFallSprSumFallSprSumFall
1101Introduction to Human Geography
1102Earth from Above
1112Weather and Climate
1113Introduction to Landforms
1130World Regional Geography
2105Social Issues: Perspectives in Geography
2200Research Methods
3300Urban Geography
3305Introduction to Cartographic Processes
3310Historical Geography
3312Geography of Europe
3315Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
3320Political Geography
3330Economic Geography
3340Cultural Geography
3350Geography of Sub-Saharan Africa
3360Geography of Asia
3370Geography of Latin America and the Caribbean
3380Geography of North America
3700Introduction to Environmental Studies
3710Local & Global Sustainability
4100Directed Applied Research
4200Research Methods
4400Directed Study
4405Advanced Geographic Information Systems
4410Introduction to Remote Sensing
4490Special Topics in Geography
4499Senior Seminar in Geography
4500Advanced Topics in Geospatial Science
7701Peoples of the World
7900Special Topics
7950Directed Study

Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
NumCourse TitleSprSumFallSprSumFallSprSumFall
4415Practicum in Geographic Information Systems