Systematic approach to important geographical concepts (including distance, shape, scale dispersion) structured around the use of Geographical Information Systems (GIS) as an analytical tool. May not be taken for credit concurrently with, or following receipt of, credit for NR 143. Prerequisite: Minimum Sophomore standing.

Subject

GEOG

Course Number

184

Credits

0.00 or 3.00

Course Sections

Course Section Title Instructor Term CRN (Reg #)
GEOG 184 A Geog Info:Cncpts & Applic Beverley Wemple Spring 2023 13891
GEOG 184 A01 Geog Info:Cncpts & Applic Beverley Wemple Spring 2023 13894
GEOG 184 A02 Geog Info:Cncpts & Applic Beverley Wemple Spring 2023 13897
GEOG 184 A Geog Info:Cncpts & Applic Beverley Wemple Spring 2022 15246
GEOG 184 A01 Geog Info:Cncpts & Applic Beverley Wemple Spring 2022 15249
GEOG 184 A02 Geog Info:Cncpts & Applic Beverley Wemple Spring 2022 15252
GEOG 184 A Geog Info:Cncpts & Applic Marieka Brouwer Burg Spring 2021 15825
GEOG 184 A Geog Info:Cncpts & Applic Steve Sharp Fall 2017 95278
GEOG 184 A Geog Info:Cncpts & Applic Robert Young Fall 2016 92725
GEOG 184 A01 Geog Info:Cncpts & Applic Robert Young Fall 2016 95146

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