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Graduate Courses

Course numbers and names are listed along with the faculty member who typically teaches the course. Click for catalog descriptions.

GEO402 MEDICAL GEOGRAPHY - Marr
GEO404 HYDROGEOLOGY - T. Feeney
GEO415 REGIONAL STUDIES - Pomeroy, Zume, and others
GEO420 GIS III: ADVANCED GIS - Drzyzga, Marr, Smith
GEO425 IMAGE PROCESSING - Applegarth
GEO440 FIELD TECHNIQUES - Drzyzga, Woltemade
GEO441 QUANTITATIVE METHODS - Marr
GEO444 ENVIRONMENTAL LAND-USE PLANNING - Pomeroy, Jantz
GEO446 WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT - Woltemade
GEO450GEOGRAPHY-GEOLOGY FIELD STUDIES - Many faculty
GEO490 SELECTED TOPICS:
ENVIRONMENTAL LAW - Salzmann
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION - Fox
CONSERVATION ISSUES IN PENNSYLVANIA - Fox
SEDIMENTARY GEOLOGY AND PALEOENVIRONMENTS - Cornell
COASTAL ENVIRONMENTAL OCEANOGRAPHY - Cornell
ESS404 APPLIED METEOROLOGY AND CLIMATOLOGY - Hawkins
ESS413 MINERAL AND ROCK RESOURCES - Cornell
ESS442 ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY - T. Feeney
GEO503 FUNDAMENTALS OF GEOENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH - Hawkins, Woltemade
GEO517 APPLIED GIS - Drzyzga, Smith, A. Feeney
GEO522 GEOENVIRONMENTAL HYDROLOGY - Woltemade
GEO524 THE GEOLOGIC ENVIRONMENT - T. Feeney
GEO530 MAPPING SCIENCES - A. Feeney
GEO531 GEOMORPHOLOGY - Blewett
GEO532 GEOGRAPHY OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH - Marr
GEO536 PROBLEMS OF THE ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT - Hawkins, Williams
GEO542 LAND-USE REGULATIONS - Pomeroy
GEO546 GEOENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH I - All Faculty
GEO548 GEOENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH II - All Faculty
GEO594 SELECTED TOPICS
CHESAPEAKE BAY AND THE SCIENCE OF LAND USE CHANGE - Jantz
LAND USE METHODS - Pomeroy
KARST ENVIRONMENTS - T. Feeney
ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS - Cornell
SOILS AND THE ENVIRONMENT - Wah
GEO609 INTERNSHIP I - Jantz
GEO610 INTERNSHIP II - Jantz
GEO612 THESIS I - All Faculty
GEO613 THESIS II - All Faculty

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