New & Upcoming Courses

New! Geography degree expected SPRING 2017 with concentrations in:

Physical Geography (4-semester sequence)
Human Geography (4-semester sequence)
Geospatial Technology (4-semester sequence)
Regional Geography (4-semester sequence)

New! Geospatial (GIST) Certificate expected SPRING 2017 (Flyer)

SPRING 2017

  • Physical Geography I lab (GEG 100)
  • Physical Geography I (GEG 101) - Take GEG 100 and 101 for SUNY Gen Ed Natural Science credit
  • Human Geography online and face to face (GEG 102)
  • Extreme Weather lab (GEG 103)
  • Extreme Weather (GEG 104) - Take GEG 100 and 101 for SUNY Gen Ed Natural Science credit
  • Physical Geography II lab (GEG 110)
  • Physical Geography II (GEG 111) - Take GEG 100 and 101 for SUNY Gen Ed Natural Science credit
  • Digital Earth (GEG 130)
  • World Regional Geography (GEG 200)
  • Economic Geography (GEG 211)
  • Geography of Genocide - hybrid course (GEG 220) 
  • Spatial Analysis and GIS (GEG 230)
  • Capstone in Geospatial Technology (GEG 239) - Must have taken GEG 130 or 131 and be taking GEG 230.

SUMMER 2017

  • Summer Session I (May 30 – June 30)

    • Physical Geography I Lab (GEG 100) face to face and online
    • Physical Geography I Lecture (GEG 101) lecture and online
    • Human Geography online (GEG 102)
    • New option: Digital Earth online (GEG 130)

  • Summer Session I (May 30 – July 7)

    • New option: Digital Earth (GEG 130) face to face (evening)

FALL 2017

  • Physical Geography I lab (GEG 100)
  • Physical Geography I (GEG 101) - Take GEG 100 and 101 for SUNY Gen Ed Natural Science credit
  • Human Geography online and face to face (GEG 102)
  • Extreme Weather lab (GEG 103)
  • Extreme Weather (GEG 104) - Take GEG 100 and 101 for SUNY Gen Ed Natural Science credit
  • Digital Earth (GEG 130) available online and in evening
  • Cartography (GEG 131)
  • Introduction to Remote Sensing (GEG 133) Online?
  • Geography of the United States and Canada (GEG 201)
  • Economic Geography (GEG 211)
  • Geography of Tourism Destinations (GEG 215)

More Courses at Brighton Campus:

  • Fulfill Natural Science Requirements with:

    • Physical Geography I Lab (GEG 100) - Take online too!
    • Physical Geography I Lecture (GEG 101) - Take online too!
    • Physical Geography II Lab (GEG 110) - Take online too!
    • Physical Geography II Lecture (GEG 111) - Take online too!
    • Extreme Weather lab (GEG 103)
    • Extreme Weather (GEG 104)
    • Digital Earth (GEG 130) Introductory GIS course - Fulfill 3 Natural Science lab credits. Flyer.
    • Introduction to Remote Sensing (GEG 133) - offered alternating semesters. Flyer.
    • Climate Change lab (GEG 203) - Take online too!
    • Climate Change: Past, Present, and Future (GEG 204) - Take online too!

  • Fulfill Other World Civilizations Requirements with:

    • Human Geography (GEG 102) - Take online too!

  • Fulfill Social Science Requirements with:

    • Human Geography (GEG 102) - Take online too!
    • Business GIS (GEG 135) - offered alternating semesters.
    • Geography of United States and Canada (GEG 201)
    • Economic Geography (GEG 211)
    • Geography of Tourism
      Destinations (GEG 215)

  • Fulfill Sustainability Requirements with:

    • Human Geography (GEG 102) - Take online too!
    • Physical Geography Lecture (GEG 101)
    • Digital Earth (GEG 130) - An Introductory GIS course
    • Economic Geography (GEG 211)

Courses at Damon Campus:

  • Fulfill Social Science or Other World Civilizations Requirements and Sustainability Requirements with:

    • Human Geography - Take online too!
    • GEG 102-CC1
       

  • Fulfill Natural Science and Sustainability Requirements with

    • Physical Geography I lab (GEG 100-CC1)
    • Physical Geography I Lecture (GEG 101-CC1)