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|Select 5 courses from the following, at least one of which must be at the 300-level:||20|
|GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS II: COMMUNITY GIS|
|PLACES, HUMANITIES AND GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS|
|REMOTE SENSING II|
|GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS III: SPATIAL ANALYSIS FOR SUSTAINABILITY|
|PROGRAMMING IN PYTHON FOR GIS|
|GIS ANALYSIS OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND PUBLIC HEALTH|
|WEB GIS AND SPATIAL DATA VISUALIZATION ON THE WEB|
|STATISTICAL DATA ANALYSIS FOR GIS|
Systematic Surveys and Seminars
|Select any two other Geography courses:||8|
|URBAN GEOGRAPHY - EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING|
|SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT|
|RACE, JUSTICE, AND THE URBAN ENVIRONMENT|
|INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND REGIONAL INEQUALITY|
|WOMEN AND SCIENCE|
|HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY OF CHICAGO|
|GLOBALIZATION AND RESOURCES|
|WORLD ECONOMY: STATES, MARKETS AND LABOR|
|CULTURAL AND POLITICAL ECOLOGY|
|SUSTAINABLE URBAN TRANSPORTATION|
Select any Geography course in consultation with the student's adviser
Courses not taken from those listed in the GIS and Geotechnology Concentration Core may be taken to fulfill the Systematic Surveys and Seminars requirement.
Five courses selected from course offerings in, Anthropology, Computer Science, Economics, Environmental Science, Geography, Graphic Design, History, History of Art and Architecture, Information Technology, International Studies, Political Science, Public Policy Studies, Sociology, Women's and Gender Studies, and any other discipline or program selected in consultation with the student’s adviser.
Open elective credit also is required to meet the minimum graduation requirement of 192 hours.