Please click the following tabs to see if a course you intend to take fits within the specific degree requirement necessary.

GEOG110 -- The World Today: Global Perspectives

GEOG130 -- Development Geography: Environmental & Social Justice

GEOG202 -- Introduction to Human Geography

GEOG212 -- Career Planning for Geographical Sciences, GIS, and ENSP Majors

GEOG298C -- Special Topics in Geography; Urban Futures: Planning for a Changing Climate

GEOG330 -- As the World Turns: Society and Sustainability in a Time of Great Change

GEOG331-- Introduction to Human Dimensions of Global Change

GEOG332 -- Economic Geography

GEOG333 -- The Social Geography of Metropolitan Areas in Global Perspective

GEOG398X -- Commercial Space Startups and Entrepreneurship

GEOG413 -- Migration: Latin America and the United States

GEOG431 -- Culture and Natural Resource Management

GEOG432 -- Spatial Econometrics

GEOG498B -- Topical Investigations; Coupled Human and Natural Systems

GEOG140 -- Natural Disasters: Earthquakes, Floods, and Fires

GEOG201 -- Geography of Environmental Systems

GEOG211 -- Geography of Environmental Systems Laboratory

GEOG301 -- Advanced Geographical Environmental Systems

GEOG340 -- Geomorphology

GEOG441 -- The Coastal Ocean

GEOG442 -- Biogeography and Environmental Change

GEOG415 -- Land Use, Climate Change, and Sustainability

GEOG421 -- Changing Geographies of China

GEOG422 -- Changing Geographies of Subsaharan Africa

GEOG423 -- Latin America

GEOG170 -- Mapping our Digital World

GEOG172 -- Earth From Space

GEOG272 -- Introduction to Earth Observation Science

GEOG276 -- Principles of Python Programming and Geocomputing

GEOG306 -- Introduction to Quantitative Methods for the Geographical Environmental Sciences

GEOG371 -- Programming for Image Analysis

GEOG373 -- Geographic Information Systems

GEOG376 -- Introduction to Computer Programming for GIS

GEOG398E -- Special Topics in Geography; Introduction to Spatial Artificial Intelligence

GEOG416 -- Conceptualizing and Modeling Human-Environmental Interactions

GEOG417 -- Land Cover Characterization Using Multi-spectral, Multi-Temporal Remotely Sensed Data Sets

GEOG418 -- Field and Laboratory Techniques in Environmental Science

GEOG440 -- Polar Remote Sensing

GEOG461 -- Urban GIS

GEOG470 -- Spatial Data Algorithms

GEOG471 -- Technologies for Computational Earth Observations

GEOG472 -- Remote Sensing: Digital Processing and Analysis

GEOG473 -- Geographic Information Systems and Spatial Analysis

GEOG475 -- Computer Cartography

GEOG476 -- Object-Oriented Computer Programming for GIS

GEOG477 -- Mobile GIS Development

GEOG498G -- Topical Investigations; Models and Methods for Spatial Data Science

GEOG498N -- Topical Investigations; Spatial Data Mining

These courses are PRE-APPROVED as Supporting Sequence Options. However, students are able to request approval of other non-GEOG courses that they believe fit within the scope of their Geographical Sciences education. To request approval please email geog-advise [at] umd.edu with the course title and course description.

ANTH 265 Anthropology of Global Health

ANTH 266 Changing Climate, Changing Cultures

ANTH 298E Anthropological Applications to Sustainable Development

ARCH 271 People, Planet, and Profit: Building Sustainable Places

ARCH 461 Sustainability in Architecture

ARCH 463 Sustainable Systems in Architecture

AREC 240 Introduction to Economics and the Environment

AREC 345 Global Poverty and Economic Development

AREC 365 World Hunger, Population, and Food Services

AREC 445 Agricultural Development, Population Growth, and the Environment

BSCI 215 Global Sustainability: A Biologist’s Perspective

ENST 436 Emerging Environmental Threats

ENST 100 International Crop Production Issues and Challenges in the 21st Century

ENST 233 Introduction to Environmental Health

ECON 315 Economic Development of Underdeveloped Areas

GVPT 306 Global Ecopolitics

GVPT 354 International Development and Conflict Management

LARC 461 People and the Environment

LARC 452 Green Infrastructure and Community Greening

MIEH 300 A Public Health Perspective: Introduction to Environmental Health

PUAF 301 Sustainability

SOCY 405 Scarcity and Modern Society

URSP 250 The Sustainable City

 

 

AOSC123 Causes and Implications of Global Change

AOSC200 Weather and Climate

AOSC401 Climate Dynamics and Earth System Science

AREC 240 Introduction to Economics and the Environment

AREC 250 Elements of Agricultural and Resource Economics

AREC 332 Introduction to Natural Resource Policy

AREC445 Agricultural Development, Population Growth, and the Environment

AREC 455 Economics of Land Use

BSCI 363 The Biology of Conservation and Extinction

ENSP101 Introduction to Environmental Science

ENSP342 Environmental Threats to Oceans and Coasts

GEOL100 Physical Geology

GEOL375 Introduction to the Blue Ocean

GEOL453 Ecosystem Restoration

GVPT 273 Introduction to Environmental Politics

ESNT436 Emerging Environmental Threats

HIST 205 Environmental History

PLSC 452 Environmental Horticulture

These courses are PRE-APPROVED as Supporting Sequence Options. However, students are able to request approval of other non-GEOG courses that they believe fit within the scope of their Geographical Sciences education. To request approval please email geog-advise [at] umd.edu with the course title and course description.

 

Art Studio

Artt 255—Into to Digital Art & Design Processes              

 

Atmospheric and Oceanic Science

Aosc 200 -- Weather and Climate             

Aosc 201 -- Weather and Climate Laboratory                                           

Aosc 375 -- Introduction to the Blue Ocean              

Aosc 400 -- Physical Meteorology of the Atmosphere

Aosc 401 -- Climate Dynamics & Earth System Science

Any AOSC 300 or Above

 

Biology                                                                   

Bsci 103 -- The World of Biology              

Bsci 105 -- Principles of Biology I                    

Bsci 106 -- Principles of Biology II             

Bsci 124 -- Plant biology for Non-Science Students

Bsci 125 -- Laboratory in Plant Biology                                      

Bsci 361 -- Principles of Ecology                                                     

Business and Management                                     

Bmgt 301 -- Introduction to Information Systems                                                   

Bmgt 302 -- Designing Applications for Business Analytics

               

Civil Engineering                                                                     

Ence 200 -- Civil Engineering Computation          

Ence 201 -- Engineering Information Processing           

 

 

 

 

Computer Science                                                  

Cmsc 122 -- Intro to Computer Programming via the Web

Cmsc 131 -- Object-Oriented Programming I            

Cmsc 132 -- Object-Oriented Programming II           

 

Environmental Science and Technology

Any ENST 300 or above           

 

Math and Statistics

Math 11 1--  Introduction to Probability

Math 120 or Higher -- Elementary Calculus I                       

Math 130 -- Calculus I for the Life Sciences             

Math 140 or higher -- Calculus I             

Stat 100 -- Elementary Statistics and Probability

Stat 300 or higher

 

Physics

Phys 106--Light, Perception, Photography, and Visual Phenomena 

Phys 107--Light, Perception, Photography, and Visual Phenomena 

Phys 115 -- Inquiry to Physics                

Phys 121 -- Fundamentals of Physics I                

Phys 122 -- Fundamentals of Physics II                

Phys 260 -- Vibrations, Waves, Heat, Electricity and Magnetism                

Phys 261 -- Vibrations, Waves, Heat, Electricity and Magnetism               

Phys 270 -- Electrodynamics, Light, Relativity and Modern                

Phys 271 -- Electrodynamics, Light, Relativity and Modern )              

Phys 272 -- Introductory Physics: Fields               

Phys 275 -- Experimental Physics I              

These courses are PRE-APPROVED as Supporting Sequence Options. However, students are able to request approval of other non-GEOG courses that they believe fit within the scope of their Geographical Sciences education. To request approval please email geog-advise [at] umd.edu with the course title and course description.

 

Art Studio

Artt 255—Into to Digital Art & Design Processes             

 

Atmospheric and Oceanic Science

Aosc 200 -- Weather and Climate             

Aosc 201 -- Weather and Climate Laboratory                                           

Aosc 375 -- Introduction to the Blue Ocean           

Aosc 400 -- Physical Meteorology of the Atmosphere

Aosc 401 -- Climate Dynamics & Earth System Science

Any AOSC 300 or Above

 

Biology                                                                   

Bsci 103 -- The World of Biology                       

Bsci 105 -- Principles of Biology I                     

Bsci 106 -- Principles of Biology II      

Bsci 124 -- Plant biology for Non-Science Students

Bsci 125 -- Laboratory in Plant Biology                                     

Bsci 361 -- Principles of Ecology                                                     

Business and Management                                     

Bmgt 301 -- Introduction to Information Systems                                                  

Bmgt 302 -- Designing Applications for Business Analytics

               

Civil Engineering                                                                     

Ence 200 -- Civil Engineering Computation         

Ence 201 -- Engineering Information Processing               

 

Computer Science                                                  

Cmsc 122 -- Intro to Computer Programming via the Web

Cmsc 131 -- Object-Oriented Programming I           

Cmsc 132 -- Object-Oriented Programming II             

 

Environmental Science and Technology

Any ENST 300 or above            

 

 

 

 

Math and Statistics

Math 11 1--  Introduction to Probability

Math 120 or Higher -- Elementary Calculus I                      

Math 130 -- Calculus I for the Life Sciences              

Math 140 or higher -- Calculus I         

Stat 100 -- Elementary Statistics and Probability  

Stat 300 or higher

 

Physics

Phys 106--Light, Perception, Photography, and Visual Phenomena

Phys 107--Light, Perception, Photography, and Visual Phenomena

Phys 115 -- Inquiry to Physics       

Phys 121 -- Fundamentals of Physics I            

Phys 122 -- Fundamentals of Physics II           

Phys 260 -- Vibrations, Waves, Heat, Electricity and Magnetism             

Phys 261 -- Vibrations, Waves, Heat, Electricity and Magnetism             

Phys 270 -- Electrodynamics, Light, Relativity and Modern               

Phys 271 -- Electrodynamics, Light, Relativity and Modern             

Phys 272 -- Introductory Physics: Fields             

Phys 275 -- Experimental Physics I