EES Courses

Undergraduate EES Courses
       •  ENVI 105 - Introduction to Human Geography
       •  ENVI 110 - Introduction to Environmental Sciences
       •  ENVI 110L - Environmental Sciences: Human and Environmental Change Laboratory
       •  ENVI 112 - Cartography
       •  ENVI 115 - Earth from Space: Contemporary Remote Sensing
       •  ENVI 130 - World Cultures and Environments
       •  ENVI 160 - Introduction to Earth and Sky Sciences
       •  ENVI 160L - Laboratory Studies Earth and Sky
       •  ENVI 170 - Earth Science
       •  ENVI 170L - Earth Science Laboratory
       •  ENVI 201 - Prehistory and Climate Change
       •  ENVI 202 - Multiple Lifeways
       •  ENVI 205 - Introduction to Biological Anthropology
       •  ENVI 210 - Introduction to Cultural Geography
       •  ENVI 211 - Physical Geography
       •  ENVI 212 - Introduction to GIScience
       •  ENVI 213 - Introduction to Economic Geography
       •  ENVI 240 - Introduction to Quantitative Geography
       •  ENVI 242 - Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
       •  ENVI 260 - Archaeology Laboratory Practicum
       •  ENVI 270 - Earth History
       •  ENVI 276 - Dinosaurs, Quakes, and Volcanoes
       •  ENVI 276L - Dinosaurs, Quakes, and Volcanoes Laboratory
       •  ENVI 303 - Aspects of Culture
       •  ENVI 308 - Human Evolution
       •  ENVI 310 - Indians of North America
       •  ENVI 313 - Advanced Economic Geography
       •  ENVI 350 - Geomorphic Processes
       •  ENVI 351 - Regional Geomorphology
       •  ENVI 352 - Meteorology
       •  ENVI 353 - Weather and Climate
       •  ENVI 356 - Water and Environmental Health
       •  ENVI 360 - General Astronomy
       •  ENVI 361 - Oceanography
       •  ENVI 380 - Mineralogy
       •  ENVI 382 - Petrology
       •  ENVI 385 - Structural Geology
       •  ENVI 389 - Introduction to Field Geology
       •  ENVI 389L - Introduction to Field Geology Laboratory
       •  ENVI 401 - Geographic Information Systems: Applications
       •  ENVI 402 - The Processing of Spatial Data for Geoscientists
       •  ENVI 404 - Automated Cartography
       •  ENVI 405 - Fundamentals of Remote Sensing
       •  ENVI 406 - Remote Sensing: Image Development and Interpretation
       •  ENVI 407 - Remote Sensing: Digital Analysis of Spectral Data
       •  ENVI 408 - Remote Sensing: Digital Analysis
       •  ENVI 412 - Advanced Cartography
       •  ENVI 415 - Advanced Quantitative Geography
       •  ENVI 417 - Industrial Geography
       •  ENVI 418 - Political Geography
       •  ENVI 419 - Global Geography
       •  ENVI 420 - Urban Geography
       •  ENVI 421 - Geographical Analysis of Urban Systems
       •  ENVI 422 - Interpreting American Cityscapes
       •  ENVI 423 - Geography of the Middle East
       •  ENVI 424 - Geography of the Former Soviet Union
       •  ENVI 425 - Geography of Anglo America
       •  ENVI 435 - Issues in Biological Anthropology
       •  ENVI 436 - Environmental Archaeology
       •  ENVI 440 - Human Ecology
       •  ENVI 442 - Medical Anthropology
       •  ENVI 443 - Forensic Anthropology
       •  ENVI 445 - Archaeological Methods
       •  ENVI 446 - Midwestern Archaeology
       •  ENVI 447 - Current Issues in Archaeology
       •  ENVI 449 - Human Discovery
       •  ENVI 450 - Environmental Modeling and Mapping
       •  ENVI 452 - Quaternary Environments
       •  ENVI 453 - Climatology
       •  ENVI 454 - Introduction to Hydrology
       •  ENVI 455 - Groundwater Hydrology
       •  ENVI 456 - Lakes and Wetlands
       •  ENVI 457 - Environmental Geology
       •  ENVI 458 - Medical Geology
       •  ENVI 460 - Conservation and Sustainability of Natural Resources
       •  ENVI 463 - Soil Genesis and Classification
       •  ENVI 465 - Fundamentals of Tree Ring Research
       •  ENVI 470 - Paleontology and Geobiology
       •  ENVI 471 - Quaternary Paleoecology
       •  ENVI 475 - Stratigraphy and Sedimentation
       •  ENVI 479 - Global Biogeochemical Cycles
       •  ENVI 481 - Geochemistry
       •  ENVI 482 - Volcanic Processes and Hazards
       •  ENVI 483 - Mineral Resources
       •  ENVI 484 - Energy Resources
       •  ENVI 486 - Geophysics
       •  ENVI 488 - Geoscience Research Methods
       •  ENVI 489 - Field Geology
       •  ENVI 490 - Field Geography of the United States
       •  ENVI 491 - Archeological Field School
       •  ENVI 492 - Internship
       •  ENVI 496 - Advanced Research
       •  ENVI 497 - Seminar in Advanced Topics
       •  ENVI 499 - Senior Seminar and Research


Graduate level EES courses
       •  ENVI 501 - Geographic Information Systems: Applications
       •  ENVI 502 - The Processing of Spatial Data for Geoscientists
       •  ENVI 504 - Automated Cartography
       •  ENVI 505 - Fundamentals of Remote Sensing
       •  ENVI 506 - Remote Sensing: Image Development and Interpretation
       •  ENVI 507 - Remote Sensing: Digital Analysis of Spectral Data
       •  ENVI 508 - Remote Sensing: Digital Analysis
       •  ENVI 512 - Advanced Cartography
       •  ENVI 515 - Advanced Quantitative Geography
       •  ENVI 517 - Industrial Geography
       •  ENVI 518 - Political Geography
       •  ENVI 521 - Geographical Analysis of Urban Systems
       •  ENVI 522 - Interpreting American Cityscapes
       •  ENVI 524 - Geography of the Former Soviet Union
       •  ENVI 525 - Geography of Anglo America
       •  ENVI 536 - Environmental Archaeology
       •  ENVI 545 - Archaeological Methods
       •  ENVI 546 - Midwestern Archaeology
       •  ENVI 547 - Current Issues in Archaeology
       •  ENVI 550 - Environmental Modeling and Mapping
       •  ENVI 552 - Quaternary Environments
       •  ENVI 553 - Climatology
       •  ENVI 554 - Introduction to Hydrology
       •  ENVI 555 - Groundwater Hydrology
       •  ENVI 556 - Lakes and Wetlands
       •  ENVI 557 - Environmental Geology
       •  ENVI 558 - Medical Geology
       •  ENVI 563 - Soil Genesis and Classification
       •  ENVI 565 - Fundamentals of Tree-Ring Research
       •  ENVI 570 - Paleontology and Geobiology
       •  ENVI 571 - Quaternary Paleoecology
       •  ENVI 575 - Stratigraphy and Sedimentation
       •  ENVI 579 - Global Biogeochemical Cycles
       •  ENVI 581 - Geochemistry
       •  ENVI 582 - Volcanic Processes and Hazards
       •  ENVI 583 - Mineral Resources
       •  ENVI 586 - Geophysics
       •  ENVI 588 - Geoscience Research Methods
       •  ENVI 590 - Field Geography of the United States
       •  ENVI 591 - Archeological Field School
       •  ENVI 596 - Advanced Research
       •  ENVI 597 - Seminar in Advanced Topics
       •  ENVI 610 - Field Techniques
       •  ENVI 611 - Research Design
       •  ENVI 645 - Advanced Spatial Analysis and Quantitative Methods
       •  ENVI 733 - Seminar in Earth and Environmental Systems

       •  GEOL 584 - Energy Resources
       •  GEOL 600 - Foundations in Geography-Geology
       •  GEOL 601 - Astronomy and Meteorology for Teachers
       •  GEOL 602 - Geology for Teachers
       •  GEOL 607 - Environmental Geochemistry
       •  GEOL 657 - Advanced Geomorphology
       •  GEOL 661 - Advanced Research in Geology
       •  GEOL 664 - Regional Topics in Geology
       •  GEOL 666 - Early Life on Earth
       •  GEOL 668 - Quantitative Methods Seminar
       •  GEOL 682 - Paleoceanography
       •  GEOL 683 - Coastal Environments
       •  GEOL 685 - Sandstone Petrology
       •  GEOL 690 - Advanced Topics in Earth and Quaternary Sciences
       •  GEOL 697 - Research Seminar in Geology
       •  GEOL 699 - Master’s Thesis

       •  GEOG 552 - Quaternary Environments
       •  GEOG 600 - Foundations in Geography-Geology
       •  GEOG 601 - Astronomy and Meteorology for Teachers
       •  GEOG 606 - Economic Activity in Man’s Spatial Environment
       •  GEOG 612 - Development of Geographic Thought
       •  GEOG 615 - Advanced Climatology
       •  GEOG 616 - Soils
       •  GEOG 629 - Individual Research in Physical Geography
       •  GEOG 630 - Advanced Economic Geography
       •  GEOG 631 - Location Theory
       •  GEOG 632 - Seminar in Global Studies
       •  GEOG 636 - Comparative Land Use Studies
       •  GEOG 637 - Regional Resources and Conservation Problems
       •  GEOG 649 - Individual Research in Economic Geography
       •  GEOG 657 - Advanced Geomorphology
       •  GEOG 665 - Remote Sensing/GIS: Computer-Assisted Techniques
       •  GEOG 667 - Remote Sensing: Research Seminar in Geographical Applications
       •  GEOG 680 - Urban-Regional Analysis I
       •  GEOG 681 - Urban-Regional Analysis II
       •  GEOG 684 - Internship in Urban-Regional Studies
       •  GEOG 699 - Master’s Thesis
       •  GEOG 700 - Seminar in Physical Geography
       •  GEOG 710 - Seminar in Economic Geography
       •  GEOG 711 - Seminar in Location Theory
       •  GEOG 899 - Ph.D. Dissertation