203: Physical Geography. 0-3-3. Fundamentals of physical and biogeography with an emphasis on culturally inspired human interaction with varied natural environments.
205: Cultural Geography. 0-3-3. Discussion of the spatial patterns of the human world; people, their culture, their livelihoods, and their imprints of the landscape.
227: Geography of the Developing World. 0-3-3. Problems with the developing lands of Asia, Africa, and Latin America. Topics include neo-colonialism, population crisis, environmental challenges and political development.
290: Geography of Popular Culture. 0-3-3. Examines the patterns and processes of American popular culture. Topics include the geography of sports, music, television, movies, and popular architecture.
300: Historical Geography of the United States. 0-3-3. Preq., Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors. Study of the evolution of the cultural landscape of the United States during the historical period.
307: Geography of the Western United States. 0-3-3. Field and classroom study of the physical and human geography of the western half of the United States.
310: Geography of Louisiana. 0-3-3. Open only to junior, senior and graduate students. The climate, natural regions, and resources of Louisiana; cultural development, sources and distribution of the population; settlements and agriculture.
321: American Landscapes. 0-3-3. Folk, vernacular, and popular landscape items are explored. Special attention is given to developing studentís ability to "read" the American landscape as text.
340: Economic Geography. 0-3-3. A spatial perspective is used to examine economic principles. Topics include transportation, retail, and industrial site location analysis and the political/space economy.
370: Urban Geography. 0-3-3. Patterns and processes of large North American cities are examined. Topics covered include urban politics, race, government housing policy, urban revitalization and gentrification.
380: Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Computer Cartography. 0-3-3. Elements of map interpretation and construction; creation, manipulation, and analysis of spatially defined data.
390: Perspectives on Place & Space. 0-3-3. Preq., GEOG 205 or 290, or permission of the instructor. This course introduces advanced students in the social sciences to "new cultural geography" perspectives, critical theory, and cultural studies approaches to place and space.
501: Physical and Cultural Elements of Geography. 0-3-3.