Dec 12, 2019  
2017-2018 University Catalog 
    
2017-2018 University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


Prefix and Course Index 

 

Geography

Courses are designated as GEOG in the class schedule.

   •  GEOG 372 - Geography of Illegal Drugs (3)
   •  GEOG 373 - Global Cuisines (3)
   •  GEOG 379 - World Cities (3)
   •  GEOG 422 - Global Climate Change (3)
   •  GEOG 424 - Desert Landscapes (3)
   •  GEOG 425 - Tropical Rainforests (3)
   •  GEOG 426 - The Coastal Environment (3)
   •  GEOG 427 - Mountain Environments (3)
   •  GEOG 431 - Human Response to Environmental Hazards (3)
   •  GEOG 432 - Ecotourism (3)
   •  GEOG 433 - Geography of Natural Resources: Environment, Development and Conflict (3)
   •  GEOG 451 - Political Geography (3)
   •  GEOG 456 - Immigrant Orange County (3)
   •  GEOG 475 - Interpretation of Urban Landscapes (3)
   •  GEOG 478 - Urban Planning Principles (3)
   •  GEOG 480 - Field Mapping (3)
   •  GEOG 481 - Geographic Information Systems: Introduction (3)
   •  GEOG 482 - Environmental Impact Assessment (3)
   •  GEOG 483 - Mountain Field Geography (3)
   •  GEOG 484 - Urban Planning Methods (3)
   •  GEOG 485 - Geographic Information Systems: Principles and Applications (3)
   •  GEOG 486 - Environmental Remote Sensing (3)
   •  GEOG 488 - Land Use Analysis (3)
   •  GEOG 489 - Digital Image Processing (3)
   •  GEOG 495 - Internship in Applied Geography (1-3)
   •  GEOG 499 - Independent Study (1-3)
   •  GEOG 500 - Seminar in Geographic Research (3)
   •  GEOG 501 - Qualitative Research Methods (3)
   •  GEOG 520 - Seminar in Physical Geography (3)
   •  GEOG 530T - Seminar: Selected Topics in Geography (3)
   •  GEOG 532 - Political Ecology (3)
   •  GEOG 533 - Environmental Change (3)
   •  GEOG 534 - Cultural Ecology (3)
   •  GEOG 542 - Southern California (3)
   •  GEOG 543 - Seminar in Cultural Geography – Trends, Topics, Themes (3)
   •  GEOG 550 - Seminar in Human Geography (3)
   •  GEOG 570 - Metropolitan Los Angeles (3)
   •  GEOG 597 - Project (3)
   •  GEOG 598 - Thesis (3)
   •  GEOG 599 - Independent Graduate Research (1-3)

Geological Sciences

Courses are designated as GEOL in the class schedule. Students must earn a “C” (2.0) or better in geology prerequisite courses for all upper-division and graduate geology courses.

   •  GEOL 101 - Introduction to Geology (3)
   •  GEOL 101L - Introduction to Geology Laboratory (1)
   •  GEOL 102 - Earth Science Investigations for Future Teachers (4)
   •  GEOL 105 - Field Experiences in California Geology (1)
   •  GEOL 110T - Topics in Earth Science (3)
   •  GEOL 140 - Earth’s Atmosphere and Oceans (3)
   •  GEOL 201 - Earth History (3)
   •  GEOL 201L - Earth History Supplemental Lab (1)
   •  GEOL 293 - Directed Field and Laboratory Study (1-3)
   •  GEOL 303A - Earth Materials (4)
   •  GEOL 303B - Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology (4)
   •  GEOL 305 - Earthquake Impact on Structures (3)
   •  GEOL 310T - Topics in California-Related Geology (1-3)
   •  GEOL 321 - Sedimentation and Stratigraphy (4)
   •  GEOL 322 - Paleontology (4)
   •  GEOL 333 - General Oceanography (3)
   •  GEOL 335 - Hydrology and Surface Processes (3)
   •  GEOL 355 - Earth’s Interior (3)
   •  GEOL 360 - Structural Geology (4)
   •  GEOL 380 - Geologic Field Techniques (3)
   •  GEOL 381 - Data Collection and Analysis For Earth Scientists (3)
   •  GEOL 404 - Optical Mineralogy and Petrography (3)
   •  GEOL 406 - Geochemistry (3)
   •  GEOL 408 - Volcanology (3)
   •  GEOL 410 - Planet Earth for Educators (3)
   •  GEOL 420 - Earth Science Communication, Education and Outreach Methods (4)
   •  GEOL 436 - Hydrogeology (3)
   •  GEOL 440 - Paleoclimatology (3)
   •  GEOL 455 - Earthquake Seismology (3)
   •  GEOL 456 - Geophysics (3)
   •  GEOL 470 - Environmental Geology (4)
   •  GEOL 475 - Quaternary Tectonics (4)
   •  GEOL 476 - Engineering Geology (3)
   •  GEOL 481A - Geology Field Camp I (4)
   •  GEOL 481B - Geology Field Camp II (3)
   •  GEOL 481C - Hydrology and Engineering Geology Field Camp (4)
   •  GEOL 493 - Directed Studies (1-4)
   •  GEOL 495 - Geological Sciences Internship (3)
   •  GEOL 496L - Geological Sciences Tutorial (2)
   •  GEOL 498 - Undergraduate Thesis (1-3)
   •  GEOL 499L - Independent Study (1-3)
   •  GEOL 500 - Advanced Geological Concepts and Methods (4)
   •  GEOL 506T - Advanced Topics in Geochemistry (3)
   •  GEOL 510T - Advanced Topics in Geology (3)
   •  GEOL 535T - Advanced Topics in Hydrogeology (3)
   •  GEOL 555T - Advanced Topics in Geophysics (3)
   •  GEOL 575T - Advanced Topics in Engineering Geology (3)
   •  GEOL 590 - Geoscience Seminar (1)
   •  GEOL 593 - Directed Graduate Studies in the Geosciences (1-3)
   •  GEOL 598 - Thesis (1-3)
   •  GEOL 599 - Independent Graduate Research (1-3)

Gerontology

Courses are designated as GERO in the class schedule.

   •  GERO 133 - Introduction to Gerontology (3)
   •  GERO 313 - California Gold: Diversity and Aging (3)
   •  GERO 410 - Women, Health and Aging (3)
   •  GERO 420 - Aging and Dementia (3)
   •  GERO 425 - Successful Aging and Gerotechnology (3)
   •  GERO 433 - Aging And Social Services (3)
   •  GERO 450 - Applied Health Promotion in Aging Populations (3)
   •  GERO 462 - Advanced Psychology of Aging (3)
   •  GERO 500 - Applied Gerontology (3)
 

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