Making Your Research Matter: Effective Design and Communication to Help Make an Impact on the World. Climatological aspects of these weather patterns are emphasized. We will attempt to answer a shared research question on this topic by reading the peer-reviewed literature and by conducting a semester-long data analysis project incorporating social and climate data from around the world. Stresses the spatial analysis and modeling capabilities of organizing data within a geographic information system. GEOG 464. Focus is given to the appropriation of "Nature," degradation and deforestation, conservation, famine, postcolonial peasants, resistance, Indigeneit, and property, land distribution, and governmentality.Grading status: Letter grade. A large proportion of graduate students receive financial assistance. Prerequisite for admission to graduate work in the department is a B.A. Welcome! Department of Communication Graduate Handbook. The Graduate School Campus Box #4010, 200 Bynum Hall University of North Carolina Chapel Hill NC, 27599-4010 (919) 966-2611 Maps and Directions Alert Carolina! Topics and instructors vary.Repeat rules: May be repeated for credit; may be repeated in the same term for different topics.Grading status: Letter grade. GEOG 705. The Gillings School's Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering focuses on the interface between people and the environment. The Graduate School Campus Box #4010, 200 Bynum Hall University of North Carolina Chapel Hill NC, 27599-4010 (919) 966-2611 Maps and Directions GIS in Public Health. Political Geography. Urban Latin America: Politics, Economy, and Society. Students may also elect to join QBio after being admitted through the Biological and Biomedical Science Program (BBSP) and completing the first year requirements of that program. The course includes an overview of the principles of GIS in impact evaluation and practical experience in its use.Grading status: Letter grade. The student's academic advisor and committee members have prime responsibility for developing, with the student, an appropriate course sequence and research program and for providing mentoring of the student. Spatial Analysis and Computer Modeling. nphillip@email.unc.edu The graduate program of the Department of Geography aims to produce leading scholars and practitioners who will make vital contributions to contemporary geographical, social, and environmental knowledge, research, teaching, and institutions. The Department of Epidemiology, which is housed in the Gillings School of Global Public Health, is one of the world’s leading academic departments in epidemiology. Population, Development, and the Environment. Explores theory and application of geographic information systems (GIS) for public health. This is an introductory course in demographic research methods. Introduction to contemporary and historical changes in human population, international development, and the global environment and how these processes interact, drawing on population geography as an organizing framework. GEOG 805. Plan of Study Form – Master’s Degree. Renowned faculty members provide students with training in effective research practices and methods. Acquisition, processing, and analysis of satellite digital data for the mapping and characterization of land cover types. This course investigates the challenges, tools and techniques, and important applications of visualizing and analyzing geographic data that is temporally dynamic. Aaron Moody (18), Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Biogeography The link between the atmosphere and other environmental compartments is explored through environmental case studies.Grading status: Letter gradeSame as: ENEC 406. 3 Credits. Department of Communication CB# 3285, 115 Bingham Hall. 3 Credits. 3 Credits. GEOG 543. Research Seminar in Social Geography. Students select the appropriate coursework and dissertation topic in consultation with their advisor and research committee. Professor Leslie Hicks and her research group The PDF will include all information unique to this page. (EES)Requisites: Prerequisite, GEOG 110 or 111.Grading status: Letter grade. This course explores how neighborhood context influences the health of the populations living in them. Capstone Seminar in Geographic Research. GEOG 491. How To Apply; Financial Aid & Assistantships; Graduate Program Overview; Graduate Handbook; Address. This course teaches qualitative methods in geography for graduate and advanced undergraduate students. GEOG 760. This is a course that teaches students the key concepts and skills to use the rich resources on Google Earth Engine for satellite image processing for environmental monitoring, mapping, modeling, and visualization. It serves as a complement to GEOG 458 Urban Latin America. Departmental research specializations include. The range of methods available for problem identification and solution are considered through development of specific research proposals.Grading status: Letter grade. Advanced Quantitative Methods in Geography. Topics and instructors vary.Repeat rules: May be repeated for credit; may be repeated in the same term for different topics.Grading status: Letter grade. GEOG 468. Required of all students aspiring to honors in geography. Transnational Geographies of Muslim Societies. 919-962-1192 mbecker@email.unc.edu Contact Us. Examines foundational concepts and methods and their relevance for understanding nature-society relationships. Tuition and Financial Aid In lectures, texts, and research projects, students examine environmental concerns as they intersect with racial, economic and political differences. Directed readings, research, and writing.Gen Ed: EE- Mentored Research.Grading status: Letter grade. The graduate program of the Department of Geography aims to produce leading scholars and practitioners who will make vital contributions to contemporary geographical, social, and environmental knowledge, research, teaching, and institutions. Both domestic and international students are eligible for these types of awards. Global Positioning Systems and Applications. How does climate change affect vulnerable human populations? Modeling of Environmental Systems. Resources for Prospective Graduate Students. The PDF will include all information unique to this page. Geographies of Economic Change. 3 Credits. 3 Credits. GEOG 803. Our Graduate Program is dedicated to the training of outstanding scientists in the pharmacological sciences. Hydrology, sedimentology, and theories of channel formation and drainage basin evolution. Students will produce original geovisualizations of dynamic data related to their field. Culture, Society, and Space. 3 Credits. 3 Credits. GEOG 440. GEOG 802. Placement. 3 Credits. Qualitative Methods in Geography. GEOG 813. Global Environmental Justice. An in-depth seminar devoted to contemporary readings in earth system science and biophysical geography. Topics and instructors vary.Repeat rules: May be repeated for credit; may be repeated in the same term for different topics.Grading status: Letter grade. Normal Progress Policy. Geography of Health Care Delivery. An in-depth seminar devoted to contemporary faculty research topics in international area studies, development, and globalization. The Department of Computer Science at UNC–Chapel Hill, established in 1964, was one of the first independent computer science departments in the United States. 2 total completions.Grading status: Letter grade. GEOG 447. UNC Department of Music CB# 3320; 105 Hill Hall 145 E Cameron Ave Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3320. Further information concerning the global studies M.A. Seminar/Readings in Social Geography. 3 Credits. Geographic Research Design. Christian Lentz (39), Development, State Formation, Nationalism, Nature-Society Relations, Agrarian Studies, Southeast Asia GEOG 594. Discussions on environmental change and conflict and how nature is bound up with relations of power and constructions of identity.Gen Ed: SS, GL.Grading status: Letter grade. Demographic Methods. GEOG 703. This course focuses on modeling the terrestrial forest ecosystems processes, including population dynamics, energy, water, nutrients, and carbon flow through the ecosystem. UNC–Chapel Hill geographers apply geographic information sciences as an integrated set of spatial digital technologies to investigate biophysical and social phenomena. The Department of Geography offers advanced work leading to the master of arts and doctor of philosophy degrees. Graduate / Schools and Departments / Nutrition; Print Options. Includes local field trips. Contact Us. 104A Smith Building Campus Box 3155 Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3155. E-mail: ericaj@email.unc.edu. The Department of Biostatistics also offers National Institutes of Health non-service traineeships to a … Involves evaluation of landscapes by examining nature and biophysical elements influencing landscape form and function. History and philosophy of the geographic discipline, with particular emphasis on developments in recent decades.Grading status: Letter grade. Drawing on analytical and theoretical perspectives from ecology, socioecological systems, political ecology, science studies, and cultural studies, UNC–Chapel Hill geographers investigate the social contexts, drivers, and consequences of environmental change and struggles over land use and resources. Below is a list of graduate departments available to our students. Geography internships combine substantive geographic work experience with an academic project designed to integrate theory and practice. We tackle technical challenges in obtaining, analyzing, and visualizing dynamic processes in space though maps, and discuss the consequences of our choices in how to re/present these processes. Overview; Disciplines and Themes; General Education Requirements; Undergraduate Courses; Graduate Courses; Forms & Policies . 3 Credits. 3 Credits. Contact unccatalog@unc.edu. Richard J. Kopec An in-depth seminar devoted to contemporary faculty research topics in social geography. John W. Florin Gender, Space, and Place in the Middle East. Schools and Departments. 3 Credits. Andres Vina (Michigan State University), Environmental Change, Biophysical Properties of Vegetation, Human-Environment Interactions, Stephen S. Birdsall Examines the theory and application of geographic information systems (GIS) for impact evaluation for intervention studies. Tamlin Pavelsky (Department of Geological Sciences), Hydrology, Remote Sensing, Climate Change (GISci)Grading status: Letter grade. Telephone: (919) 962-0663. GEOG 720. Advanced Remote Sensing. 3 Credits. Elizabeth J. Mayer-Davis, Chair . GEOG 415. 3 Credits. GEOG 477. Resources as part of the Ph.D. program. 3 Credits. The Graduate School of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill provides leadership to envision, shape and support the highest quality education for a diverse community of graduate students whose contributions will have global impact. The Graduate School supports the recruitment, admission and enrollment of a diverse community of graduate students within more than 80 programs offering more than 160 graduate degrees. 3 Credits. 1-21 Credits. GEOG 597. The UNC Charlotte English graduate program offers an M.A. The Gillings School's Department of Nutrition is a global leader in research and training. Admissions Earth Surface Processes. GIS and Systems Modeling are theory and methodology that use GIS, quantitative models, and systems analysis to describe processes, interactions, and feedbacks in complex systems. This course will provide an overview of environmental justice in urban Europe to consider the key concepts, topics, debates, and trends shaping people and places there.Gen Ed: NA.Grading status: Letter grade. 3 Credits. Various theoretical approaches are introduced, with the emphasis on a political-economic approach. An in-depth seminar devoted to contemporary faculty research topics in nature-society studies and human-environment interactions. Geographies of Religion. GEOG 711. Required of all students aspiring to honors in geography. GEOG 790. Examines key concepts and theories involving global environmental change and problem-solving efforts.Gen Ed: GL.Grading status: Letter grade. Seminar/Readings in Nature-Society Studies and Human-Environment Interactions. The department occupies the top two floors of Carolina Hall and has access to extensive computational laboratories needed to fulfill its research and teaching mission, with specialized facilities dedicated to spatial analysis and the use of geographic information systems. Uses systems theory and computer models to understand ecosystem energy and matter flows, such as energy flow in food webs, terrestrial ecosystem evapotranspiration and productivity, related to climate, vegetation, soils, and hydrology across a range of spatial and temporal scales.Gen Ed: QI.Grading status: Letter grade. Investigates shifting gender geographies of colonialism, nationalism, modernization, and globalization in this region. An in-depth seminar devoted to contemporary faculty research topics in geographic information sciences. (GHA)Gen Ed: EE- Field Work, GL.Grading status: Letter grade. 3 Credits. (GISc)Requisites: Prerequisite, GEOG 370.Grading status: Letter grade. Neighborhoods and Health. Undergraduate Toggle Undergraduate. Those features that make Europe a distinct and important region today are emphasized. GEOG 424. Visit Program Website. (GHA)Grading status: Letter grade. and the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Musicology. Carolina’s academic departments offer fields of study across many disciplines. GEOG 697. GEOG 591. Graduate Students Jonathan Albrite . GEOG 650. GEOG 419. We will cover interviews, focus groups, visual, and other methodologies. Diego Quiroga (Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador), Environmental Life and Sciences 3 Credits. GEOG 429. This projects-based course investigates how climate impacts a range of sectors, including water resources, urban environments, ecosystems, and human health.Gen Ed: PL.Grading status: Letter grade. 3 Credits. Students earn an M.A. Field Methods in Physical Geography. Altha J. Cravey (17), Latin America, Social The graduate curriculum is designed to promote a broad sense of the geographical tradition in its evolving relationship with other sciences, social sciences, and humanities disciplines, and to provide a disciplinary and interdisciplinary platform for more specialized scientific and scholarly investigation. Research Seminar in Nature-Society Studies and Human-Environment Interactions. 3 Credits. Graduate students work closely with research centers and programs related to their interests, including the Carolina Population Center, the Odum Institute for Research in Social Science, the Institute for the Study of the Americas (UNC–Chapel Hill and Duke University), the Center for the Study of the American South, the Carolina Center for the Study of the Middle East and Muslim Civilizations, the Southeast Regional Climate Center, the Sheps Center for Health Services Research, the Curriculum in Ecology, the Center for Urban and Regional Studies, the Curriculum in Environment and Ecology, and UNC–Chapel Hill's schools of public health and medicine. 3 Credits. 3 Credits. GEOG 715. Diego Riveros-Iregui (42), Ecohydrology, Watershed Hydrology, Biogeochemistry, Land-Atmosphere Interactions, Tropical Hydrology, Climate and Land Use Cover Change Resources An extensive collection of geographic books and periodicals, including an exceptionally strong collection of foreign periodicals, is held in the nearby Davis Library, while Wilson Library houses a large map collection. 3 Credits. A systematic study of the approaches, key concepts, and methods of geography, emphasizing the application of these approaches through hands-on independent research designed and implemented by the students. Graduate Program PhD Program Apply Now. 3 Credits. Contact unccatalog@unc.edu. Both the M.A. Students generally apply for admission to QBio and the UNC Graduate School directly through the Department of Biology. Contemporary Geographic Thought. GEOG 814. These represent coherent foci and areas of active faculty research, not mutually exclusive categories. Principles of analysis of the atmosphere are applied to the analysis of environmental phenomena. GEOG 416. Examination of topics focused on the atmospheric and the vegetation and land surface parts of the hydrologic cycle at the micro to global spatial scale and short-term to millennial temporal scale.Grading status: Letter grade. Course emphasizes data collection, analysis, and interpretation using GIS and field methods. (EES)Requisites: Prerequisite, GEOG 110.Gen Ed: PL.Grading status: Letter gradeSame as: GEOL 502. Conghe Song (24), GIS, Remote Sensing, Earth Systems GEOG 804. A study of the spatial components of current social problems, such as poverty, race relations, environmental deterioration and pollution, and crime. Prospective Graduate Students. Required preparation, two courses in the one hundred bracket or permission of the instructor.Repeat rules: May be repeated for credit; may be repeated in the same term for different topics.Grading status: Letter grade. Focuses on multiscale environmental issues and related social, institutional, governance, and policy challenges. 3 Credits. Students build strong research, teaching, and professional skills with emphases on data analysis, project design and management, and oral and written communication that prepare them for careers at universities and in public and private sectors. Introduction to hydrologic and geomorphic processes in watersheds as applied to problems in flood analysis, water quality, and interactions of hydrology and environmental sciences. prepares especially for teaching at the secondary level; the Ph.D., for research and teaching at … This course addresses questions of power, politics, and identity in the urban environment, with a focus on the emergence of key selected global cities and the processes that both created them historically and which are currently transforming them locally and globally.Repeat rules: May be repeated for credit. Preparation of a senior thesis.Requisites: Prerequisite, GEOG 691H.Gen Ed: EE- Mentored Research.Grading status: Letter grade. GEOG 441. In addition, some of the information relates to decisions that are made at the level of departments, programs or even individual courses. Geographic Information Systems for Impact Evaluation and Health Studies. Prepares students for GEOG 577. Topics include environmental policy processes, environmental justice movements, environmental health risks, conservation, urban environments, and the role of science in environmental politics and justice. This course explores a systems and cultural-ecological view of agriculture, environment, natural resource, and rural development issues in Latin America. Contact Us. Graduate / Schools and Departments; Print Options. Drainage networks, nested catchments, and distribution and controls of precipitation, evaporation, runoff, and groundwater flow. The Graduate School and the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health offer merit scholarships (departmentally nominated), and the department supports students through graduate research assistantships. Through a novel research workshop format, this graduate and undergraduate course explores political and geographical dimensions of technological change around key environmental issues--energy, water, and waste.Gen Ed: SS, CI, EE- Service Learning.Grading status: Letter grade. Covers fundamental theory and mechanics of remote sensing, related theoretical aspects of radiation and the environment, and remote-sensing applications relating to terrestrial, atmospheric, and marine environments. The Ph.D. at UNC is an inquiry-based degree, offering students the opportunity to build unique programs of study around their respective research interests. It includes a survey of neighborhoods and health theory and empirical examples. Advanced Physical Geography - Hydroclimatology and Bioclimatology. Skip to Main Content. GEOG 541. GEOG 994. Scott L. Kirsch (23), Historical, Cultural, and Political Geography; Science and Technology Studies GEOG 430. Common methods for measuring demographic indicators (fertility, mortality, migration, population growth, and marriage) will be presented.Grading status: Letter grade. Contact Us . The Department supports the University's core values encouraging diversity and equal educational and employment opportunities throughout the University community. It includes local and extraregional case studies. Policies and Procedures Social Vulnerability to Climate Change. 3 Credits. Elizabeth Havice (36), Political Economy and Ecology, International Development, Commodity Studies, Environmental Politics, Trade Politics, Fisheries Systems Their residents will be considered in relation to each other and to North American examples Your Matter! 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